The Trump administration says it is withdrawing from a treaty that has been a centrepiece of superpower arms control since the Cold War, in a move some analysts claim could fuel a new arms race.
Sir,– If cars are to be banned from urban streets (“Perth now only Scottish city to oppose car bans”, Courier, October 22), then city businesses will suffer.
A major Fife dockyard is to lead a multi-million pound contract to supply the Sellafield power facility with specialist handling and containment systems to process nuclear material.
An eerie video shows the inside of a long-forgotten nuclear bunker looking much like it would have done on the day it was abandoned.
Chris Ogden is senior lecturer and associate professor in Asian security at the School of International Relations, University of St Andrews.
Sir, - Your article on Scotland’s crumbling road infrastructure makes depressing reading, but neglects to mention those roads Fife Council no longer makes any pretence at maintaining.
Sir, – I am writing in response to the letter from Alister Allan of Perth headed Time to ban T in the Park (July 20).
Sir, - On Tuesday morning, following the debate in Westminster on the renewal of Trident, The Courier’s Quotes of the Day included these from the Prime Minister Theresa May and from the MP Owen Smith who aspires to be the leader of the Labour Party.
Scotland's First Minister has accused the UK Government of "playing games" over Trident as MPs prepare to vote on the renewal of the nuclear deterrent.
MPs will back the principle of renewing of the Trident nuclear deterrent on Monday following a raft of weekend protests across Scotland.