A need to address nuclear dangers

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  • Wednesday, 19 Mar 2014

There is no option but to cooperate, to prevent Asia from becoming an epicentre of another nuclear catastrophe.

IT’S no secret that nuclear dangers are mounting in Asia. Nuclear weapons arsenals are growing, nuclear power programmes are expanding, and fissile and radioactive materials – which could be used to target innocents anywhere – are used, stored and transported throughout our region, sometimes in insecure conditions.

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