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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 8 december 2005 kl 11.07
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Former UN weapons inspector Hans Blix
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Former UN weapons inspector Hans Blix speaks out on the EU and nuclear weapons.

The gains and pitfalls of gene therapy in medicine and in sports. The World Anti-Doping Agency meets the Swedish Athletics Federation.

And in Nordic Lights: Denmark has shown interest in Swedish fighter planes and Finns voice their suspicions over secret CIA flights; Kosovo and Zimbabwe draw the attention of the Nordic region – all that and more.

Closing Music: Son of a Plumber, C’mon

One of the most famous Swedish Faces in International politics was in Stockholm today to give a seminar on the EU; nuclear weapons and the disarmament dilemma. Here’s what the former Top UN Weapons Inspector, Hans Blix, had to say to our reporter Dave Russell:

Gene therapy promises immense new possibilities to tackle different types of diseases. But, the prospect of abuse also presents scientists with a dilemma. Azariah Kiros reports on an international symposium held in Stockholm on the gains and pitfalls:

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