Pakistan and the United Kingdom (UK) on Tuesday agreed to continue engagement on non-proliferation and disarmament issues.
GENEVA: UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called on Monday for a new global effort to get rid of nuclear weapons, drawing a cautious response from envoys of atomic-armed powers at odds for decades over nuclear disarmament. Speaking to the Conference on Disarmament at the U.N. complex in Geneva, Guterres said many states still wrongly thought that nuclear weapons made the world safer. “There is great and justified anxiety around the world about the threat of nuclear war,” he said. “Countries persist in clinging…
WASHINGTON: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump raised the threat of violence against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton again on Friday, suggesting her Secret Service guards voluntarily disarm and "see what happens to her."
NEW YORK: Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr. Maleeha Lodhi has said has said that that Pakistan is fulfilling its responsibilities about the nuclear non-proliferation.
HIROSHIMA: Progress on ridding the world of nuclear weapons, not an apology, is what Hiroshima would want from a visit by U.S. President Barack Obama to the Japanese city hit by an American nuclear attack 71 years ago, survivors and other residents said.
Pakistan leads India in number of nukes — both increasing their arsenals despite disarmament trend: report
STOCKHOLM: The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) on Monday found that Pakistan and India, among others, were nuclear states which continued to increase their arsenals despite the international trend towards disarmament.