Category: Weapons & Disarmament

Lawrence Wittner: The Frightening Prospect of a Nuclear War Is About to Become a Lot More Likely

Given the terrible dangers and costs posed by nuclear weapons, isn’t it time to get back on the disarmament track?

Nima Shirazi: PolitiFact Is Right That Ted Cruz Is Wrong, But Still Botches Iran Deal Facts

Iran can’t “cease” doing something it’s not–and never has been–doing

Phyllis Bennis: Standing Before Congress, Pope Francis Calls Out the ‘Industry of Death’

“To imitate the hatred and violence of tyrants and murderers is the best way to take their place”

Dan Froomkin: Pope Decries “Shameful and Culpable Silence” on Arms Sales “Drenched in Innocent Blood”

“This is why some people don’t want peace: They make more money from war, although wars make money but lose lives, health, education.”

David Swanson: Pope Tells World’s Top Arms Dealers to End Arms Trade

Weapons of war encourage, initiate, escalate, elongate, and exacerbate wars for profit

Peter Bohmer: Undermining U.S. Power

The increasing consciousness of the huge inequality of income and wealth in the US is a legacy of Occupy Wall Street

Milan Rai: Iraq war questions Chilcot won’t ask, let alone answer

The untold story of the UN weapons inspectors’ crucial ‘work plan’, and how it was undermined and finally buried by Bush and Blair

Noam Chomsky: Rogue states and diplomacy

Interview on the nuclear deal with Iran

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

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