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Links 1 through 1 of 1 by David Bandurski tagged nuclear proliferation

In an editorial today, the Chinese-language Global Times comments on the ongoing international controversy over Iran's nuclear ambitions, saying that China has no responsibility to get involved without available proof that the country is developing nuclear weapons technology. The editorial says: "China resolutely opposes Iran's development of nuclear weapons, but there must be clear evidence to prove that Iran is behaving in this way before our country can take part in sanctions over related activities. Right now there are two dangers. The first is that Iran might be secretly developing nuclear weapons; the second is that the West is seeking to undermine Iran in the name of opposing nuclear weapons. We do not believe that between these two dangers, either danger can be said to be the lesser."

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