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    raphaellu

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    Nonproliferation

    Post  raphaellu on Sun Apr 11, 2010 4:42 pm

    Raphael Lu

    President of China to Attend Anti-nuclear Summit

    After the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the different countries of the world were shocked by the destruction two small bombs could make. Fearing another catastrophic event, 47 countries will come together to discuss the ban of nuclear weaponry. Freshman Chris Yeh believes a reason this summit is being held is because we are “start[ing] to realize that the world doesn’t really need so many weapons of mass destruction.”
    On Apr. 12 to Apr. 13, President of The People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao, will attend this nonproliferation summit in Washington. With his attendance Obama hopes to pressure North Korea and Iran into stopping nuclear activities as well. Freshman Catherine Su believes that “it won’t immediate stop nuclear warfare but its a step in the right direction,” however, freshmen Rochelle Lai states the effectiveness of the meeting “depends how the [summit] turns out...[and] how Obama presents himself and the matter.”
    During the meeting Obama will meet in general with all the nations but plan to have individual talks with the countries that currently have nuclear weapons. The main countries Obama plans to focus on are China, India, Pakistan, and possibly Israel. At the summit Obama will also hold bilateral meetings with Armenia, China, Germany, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Africa, and Kazakhstan. Some of the other attending countries include Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United Arab Emirates. This summit will be one of the largest held in history.

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    reginaliu

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    Post  reginaliu on Wed Apr 14, 2010 11:41 pm

    After the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the different countries of the world were shocked by the destruction two small bombs could make. Fearing another catastrophic event, 47 countries will come together to discuss the ban of nuclear weaponry. Freshman Chris Yeh believes a reason this summit is being held is because we are “start[ing] to realize that the world doesn’t really need so many weapons of mass destruction.”
    On Apr. 12 to Apr. 13, President of The People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao, will attend this nonproliferation summit in Washington. With his attendance [President] Obama hopes to pressure North Korea and Iran into stopping nuclear activities as well. Freshman Catherine Su believes that “it won’t immediate [immediately] stop nuclear warfare but its a step in the right direction,” [end sentence here or use a semicolon] however, freshmen Rochelle Lai states the effectiveness of the meeting “depends how the [summit] turns out...[and] how Obama presents himself and the matter.”
    During the meeting [President] Obama will meet in general with all the nations but plan to have individual talks with the countries that currently have nuclear weapons. The main countries [President] Obama plans to focus on are China, India, Pakistan, and possibly Israel. At the summit [President] Obama will also hold bilateral meetings with Armenia, China, Germany, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Africa, and Kazakhstan. Some of the other attending countries include Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United Arab Emirates. This summit will be one of the largest held in history.

    sallychung

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    Nonproliferation

    Post  sallychung on Thu Apr 15, 2010 10:21 am

    Raphael Lu

    President of China to Attend Anti-nuclear Summit

    After the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the different countries of the world were shocked by the destruction two small bombs could make. Fearing another catastrophic event, 47 countries will come together to discuss the ban of nuclear weaponry. Freshman Chris Yeh believes a reason this summit is being held is because we are “start[ing] to realize that the world doesn’t really need so many weapons of mass destruction.”
    On Apr. 12 to Apr. 13, President of The People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao, will attend this nonproliferation summit in Washington. With his attendance President Obama hopes to pressure North Korea and Iran into stopping nuclear activities as well. Freshman Catherine Su believes that “it won’t immediateky stop nuclear warfare but its a step in the right direction;” however, freshmen Rochelle Lai states the effectiveness of the meeting “depends how the [summit] turns out...[and] how Obama presents himself and the matter.”
    During the meeting President Obama will meet in general with all the nations but plan to have individual talks with the countries that currently have nuclear weapons. The main countries Obama plans to focus on are China, India, Pakistan, and possibly Israel. At the summit President Obama will also hold bilateral meetings with Armenia, China, Germany, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Africa, and Kazakhstan. Some of the other attending countries include Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United Arab Emirates. This summit will be one of the largest held in history.

    Summit of Nuclear Freedom
    Weapon of Mass Destruction: Slowly Fading?

    reginaliu

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    Post  reginaliu on Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:23 pm

    Edit 2

    After the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the different countries of the world were shocked by the destruction two small bombs could make. Fearing another catastrophic event, 47 countries will come together to discuss the ban of nuclear weaponry. Freshman Chris Yeh believes a reason this summit is being held is because we are “start[ing] to realize that the world doesn’t really need so many weapons of mass destruction.”
    On Apr. 12 to Apr. 13, President of The People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao, will attend this nonproliferation summit in Washington. With his attendance President Obama hopes to pressure North Korea and Iran into stopping nuclear activities as well. Freshman Catherine Su believes that “it won’t immediateky [immediately] stop nuclear warfare but its a step in the right direction;” [semicolons and colons go outside the quotation marks, only periods and commas go inside quotation marks] however, freshmen Rochelle Lai states the effectiveness of the meeting “depends how the [summit] turns out...[and] how Obama presents himself and the matter.”
    During the meeting President Obama will meet in general with all the nations but plan to have individual talks with the countries that currently have nuclear weapons. The main countries [President] Obama plans to focus on are China, India, Pakistan, and possibly Israel. At the summit President Obama will also hold bilateral meetings with Armenia, China, Germany, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Africa, and Kazakhstan. Some of the other attending countries include Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United Arab Emirates. This summit will be one of the largest held in history.

    raphaellu

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    Nonproliferation

    Post  raphaellu on Sun Apr 18, 2010 9:34 pm

    Raphael Lu

    President of China to Attend Anti-nuclear Summit

    After the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the different countries of the world were shocked by the destruction two small bombs could make. Fearing another catastrophic event, 47 countries will come together to discuss the ban of nuclear weaponry. Freshman Chris Yeh believes a reason this summit is being held is because we are “start[ing] to realize that the world doesn’t really need so many weapons of mass destruction.”
    On Apr. 12 to Apr. 13, President of The People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao, will attend this nonproliferation summit in Washington. With his attendance President Obama hopes to pressure North Korea and Iran into stopping nuclear activities as well. Freshman Catherine Su believes that “it won’t immediately stop nuclear warfare but its a step in the right direction”; however, freshmen Rochelle Lai states the effectiveness of the meeting “depends how the [summit] turns out...[and] how Obama presents himself and the matter.”
    During the meeting President Obama will meet in general with all the nations but plan to have individual talks with the countries that currently have nuclear weapons. The main countries President Obama plans to focus on are China, India, Pakistan, and possibly Israel. At the summit President Obama will also hold bilateral meetings with Armenia, China, Germany, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Africa, and Kazakhstan. Some of the other attending countries include Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United Arab Emirates. This summit will be one of the largest held in history.

    Summit of Nuclear Freedom
    Weapon of Mass Destruction: Slowly Fading?

    reginaliu

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    Re: Nonproliferation

    Post  reginaliu on Sun Apr 18, 2010 9:51 pm

    Edit 3

    After the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the different countries of the world were shocked by the destruction two small bombs could make. Fearing another catastrophic event, 47 countries will come together to discuss the ban of nuclear weaponry. Freshman Chris Yeh believes a reason this summit is being held is because we are “start[ing] to realize that the world doesn’t really need so many weapons of mass destruction.”
    On Apr. 12 to Apr. 13, President of The People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao, will attend this nonproliferation summit in Washington. With his attendance President Obama hopes to pressure North Korea and Iran into stopping nuclear activities as well. Freshman Catherine Su believes that “it won’t immediately stop nuclear warfare but its a step in the right direction”; however, freshmen Rochelle Lai states the effectiveness of the meeting “depends how the [summit] turns out...[and] how Obama presents himself and the matter.”
    During the meeting President Obama will meet in general with all the nations but plan to have individual talks with the countries that currently have nuclear weapons. The main countries President Obama plans to focus on are China, India, Pakistan, and possibly Israel. At the summit President Obama will also hold bilateral meetings with Armenia, China, Germany, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Africa, and Kazakhstan. Some of the other attending countries include Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United Arab Emirates. This summit will be one of the largest held in history.

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