When the world goes nuclear

Newsweek Magazine title When world goes to nuclear: A glimpse into the future article Newsweek magazine is interviewing a range of people, including a nuclear physicist, a sociologist, a former US ambassador, and a senior Israeli military officer.

They’re exploring the future of the nuclear age, the consequences of a nuclear war, and the risks that nuclear proliferation poses to peace and security.

Read full article Newsweek is interviewing experts and experts alike in an effort to better understand the implications of a possible nuclear conflict, what it might mean for humanity, and how it might impact our world today.

The interview, which is being published in its annual issue, covers topics from the nuclear issue to nuclear security.

In the interview, titled “When the world is going nuclear,” Newsweek editor-in-chief David Fathi describes the potential dangers of a world war and the way nuclear weapons might affect the global economy.

The magazine will be publishing the interview online later this month, as well as in print, as part of the magazine’s ongoing “Global Vision,” which is a collection of interviews with people around the world, including nuclear experts and former diplomats.

“We have a lot of questions about how we might react to a nuclear conflict.

The stakes are so high, the stakes are high,” Fathi said.

“I think there is a real interest in understanding this.

We’re hoping this is something that is relevant to the general public, and that will make the world a better place.”

Fathi, who served as ambassador to Iran during the 1979 Iranian Revolution, is now a professor of international relations at New York University.

He served as the US ambassador to Israel for seven years from 2003 to 2005.

He also served as director of the Middle East Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

In 2014, Fathi became the first person to serve as a nuclear scientist in Israel.

During his tenure, he helped design nuclear weapons and test a hydrogen bomb in Israel, among other things.

“I think that nuclear weapons are the ultimate in nuclear power, and we should use them as soon as possible.

They can provide a tremendous amount of power, they can provide the ability to wipe out entire countries.

They provide a great deterrent to adversaries, they provide a way to bring peace and stability to the world.

I think that’s the real purpose,” he said.”

The world is entering a new era, a new age of nuclear weapons,” Fathian added.

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There are a lot more things to talk about in this interview than I can possibly cover, but I think we can all agree that the world has a lot to learn about the future.”

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