Hello Israel, might we talk about your nukes?

Taylor, Nicholas
June 2010
Eureka Street;6/4/2010, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p3
The article discusses the author's views on the move of the Kevin Rudd government to join the states that pressure Israel to sign the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) and to help create a nuclear-free zone in the Middle East. He muses on the effort of the 189 states which is considered as a mere proposition by Israel. The author hopes that Israel may finally hand its nuclear weapons as relations in the Middle East are tense enough without the need for weapons of mass destruction.


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