Category: Weapons & Disarmament
From “Iran will be US Strategic Ally” to “US Sanctions here to stay”
In a world where six of the world’s nine nuclear-armed states are already directly or indirectly engaged in armed conflict, even the best case scenario is a disaster. The nuclear-armed U.S. and Russia are facing off over Ukraine. The nuclear-armed U.S., UK, France, and Israel are supporting Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen, with nuclear-armed Pakistan weighing its options.
Almost every nation around the world is militarizing at a rapid pace, pouring vast sums of money into military training, technologies and weapons
At the UN nuclear summit, the US continues its long-standing policy of shielding Israel’s nuclear weapons monopoly in the Middle East
US-led coalition still wants inspections of Iranian military facilities it deems suspicious and interviews with Iranian nuclear scientists
So much for President Obama’s commitment to a nuclear-weapons-free world
The US push for missile defense in Asia will only lead to more missiles and less defense
Finland has not declared that the stationing of NATO’s nuclear arms on its soil as forbidden
Quite often the enemies of negotiations win out
Which begs the question: are the nuclear talks with Iran really that meaningful, if war is what’s practiced?