Back to the bunkers
Timothy Compston reports on why the issue of nuclear-related civil defence is rearing its head again after decades resting in the shadows
As the number of states looking to develop and deploy nuclear weapons continues to grow despite measures such as the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, what steps should countries on the front line of nuclear proliferation be taking to ensure that their inhabitants are as well prepared as possible, should the worst happen?
The end of the Cold War resulted in many countries downsizing their civil defence infrastructure and capability. In some . . .