How the people of Guam are coping with nuclear threats

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How the people of Guam are coping with nuclear threats
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This has been Guam's fate -- the island is large enough to host a good number of people, has plenty of fresh water and a nice-sized, deep harbour. And we're used to being treated as a pawn in other powers' strategic games: In 1941, the United States gave up Guam without much of a defence against Japanese attack in World War II.

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