By John Ashley From 1945 to 1991, the world lived in constant fear of nuclear annihilation as the Unites States and the Soviet
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Like radiation, the impacts of the Cold War and the nuclear arms race continue to linger.
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Armenia was supposed to have a new nuclear power plant this year that would replace one that National Geographic suggested a few years ago was the most dangerous in the world.
Arrests of Armenians who have crossed into neighboring Georgia to try to sell nuclear materials have increased the past two years, with the latest coming just two weeks ago.
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