Observations of an Expat: Brexit Goes Nuclear

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Tom Arms

The EU is worried about losing their American nuclear umbrella. The UK is worried about losing their European market and their seat at the European top table. Britain has nuclear weapons. The EU has markets. Is there a fit?

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Fukushima: A deadly environmental threat beyond the Pacific

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Zeeshan A. Shah

In March 2011 Japan was devastated by a deadly earthquake followed by a giant Tsunami that led to the deaths of over 6000 people. Six years after, the areas of Northern Japan bear witness to a wasteland inhabited by wild boars as human populations had vanished after the Fukushima Nuclear disaster.

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Observations of an Expat: Guns, Butter and Bridges

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Tom Arms

Donald Trump’s economic policy can best be described as guns, butter and bridges.

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North Korea has a new Message in a Bottle

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Hazel Speed

When I have read and listened to recent reports regarding the manner in which Kim Jong-nam was assassinated, it is a more worrying message to the West in a clever and simple package, and whilst the West concern themselves with the nuclear capability the North Koreans may be developing to potent and viable stage, they have an equally, if not more devastating tool in their arsenal of various (and banned) chemical weapons.

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Trident Missile is an ‘In Triplicate’ Issue

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Hazel Speed

It never ceases to amaze me how Mr Cameron is grazing in pastures new while Mrs May and the Citizens of this Country are following him with a bucket and spade!

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Observations of an Expat: The Modern Victim State

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Tom Arms

The residents of the Marshall Islands are the ultimate modern age victims. If they don’t die from cancer inflicted by nuclear testing they will drown from rising sea levels caused by climate change.

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Why Nicola Sturgeon should count her blessings

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Hazel Speed

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