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14 de Abril de 2010

¿Era necesaria la cumbre nuclear de Obama o se trató simplemente “alarmismo nuclear”? ¿Y qué ocurre con el arsenal de Israel?

Nuclear-summit

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El presidente Obama concluyó este martes una cumbre internacional sobre seguridad nuclear en Washington DC tras conseguir el compromiso de decenas de naciones de eliminar o salvaguardar todos los materiales nucleares vulnerables en un plazo de cuatro años. Hablamos con el profesor de ciencias políticas John Mueller, autor de “Atomic Obsession: Nuclear Alarmism from Hiroshima to Al-Qaeda” (Obsesión atómica: el alarmismo nuclear de Hiroshima a Al-Qaeda), y con John Steinbach, que ha estudiado el programa de armamento nuclear de Israel.

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