Category: Weapons & Disarmament

David Bromwich: Playing the Long Game on Iran

The Neoconservatives, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Republicans Game the System

Noam Chomsky: The Nuclear Deal

The nuclear deal reached between Iran and P5+1 was greeted with relief and optimism throughout the world, with striking exceptions: the US and its closest regional allies, Israel and Saudi Arabia

Noam Chomsky: “The Iranian Threat”

Who Is the Gravest Danger to World Peace?

Juan Cole: Iran Hawks Think We Can Impose Harsher Sanctions on Iran

US hegemony over certain key international institutions such as petroleum markets and the SWIFT exchange allowed it to subject Iran to an unprecedented sanctions regime since about 2012

Rev. John Dear: Bob Dylan and America’s 70-Year Nuclear Nightmare

If we speak out for the abolition of nuclear weapons and organize a new global grassroots movement of nonviolence, perhaps we can create a new climate for disarmament and justice

Vincent Intondi: W. E. B. Du Bois to Malcolm X: The Untold History of the Movement to Ban the Bomb

These days, some textbooks acknowledge Dr. King’s critique of the Vietnam War. However, King’s actions against nuclear weapons began a full decade earlier in the late 1950s

Gareth Porter: Obama’s Promoting Iran Agreement with One Hand Tied Behind Back

Supporters of the Iran agreement are hurting their own efforts to uphold it and to avoid war by promoting the lie that Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons

Stephen R. Shalom: What’s the Big Deal?

The Iran Nuclear Deal in Perspective

Susan Southard: Entering the Nuclear Age, Body by Body

The Nagasaki Experience

Peter Van Buren: The Balance of Power in the Middle East Just Changed

U.S.-Iranian Relations Emerge from a 30-Year Cold War

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