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But he will balk at the cost and at a step as radical as acquiring nuclear weapons. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His vaguely expressed initiative on nuclear weapons prompted scepticism in Moscow. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He said that he wanted to reduce economic sanctions on Russia in exchange for a reduction in nuclear weapons. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Western public opinion grudgingly accepted nuclear weapons in the old Cold War. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Russia has a military force comparable to France, if you put aside nuclear weapons. The Sun (2016)They also sanction 11 government officials and ten entities linked to the country's nuclear weapons programme. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Memorial Park, but he did make an emotional speech recognising the suffering of the innocent victims and the need to rid the world of nuclear weapons. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These could be used to produce electrical power or nuclear weapons. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He remains concerned about the link between nuclear power and nuclear weapons. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Labour is also holding a review of defence policy, including its position on nuclear weapons. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And why should we contribute when Pakistan spends millions on nuclear weapons? The Sun (2010)Ironically it's actually safer for them to make nuclear weapons than nuclear power plants. The Sun (2010)These commit Japan not to possess or produce nuclear weapons, nor to allow them to be introduced into its territory. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Libya was supposed to have destroyed them under its 2004 rapprochement with the West which also saw it abandon its nuclear weapons programme. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Rightly, it perceives the need for considerable attention and diplomacy to be given to the rise of new nuclear weapons powers in the East. The Global Marketplace (1993)
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