Category: Weapons & Disarmament

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Juan Cole: Tehran Press on Talks

From “Iran will be US Strategic Ally” to “US Sanctions here to stay”

William Boardman: No Progress on Nuclear Weapons Control As Planned

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.

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Vincent Emanuele: The Many Layers of Militarism

Almost every nation around the world is militarizing at a rapid pace, pouring vast sums of money into military training, technologies and weapons

Johannes Hautaviita: UN nuclear conference ends in failure

At the UN nuclear summit, the US continues its long-standing policy of shielding Israel’s nuclear weapons monopoly in the Middle East

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Gareth Porter: Demands in US-Iran nuclear talks as political Kabuki theatre

US-led coalition still wants inspections of Iranian military facilities it deems suspicious and interviews with Iranian nuclear scientists

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Joseph Gerson: Obama Administration Sabotages Nuclear Nonproliferation Conference

So much for President Obama’s commitment to a nuclear-weapons-free world

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John Feffer: The Madness of THAAD

The US push for missile defense in Asia will only lead to more missiles and less defense

Johannes Hautaviita: Finnish NATO-integration and democracy

Finland has not declared that the stationing of NATO’s nuclear arms on its soil as forbidden

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Immanuel Wallerstein: Geopolitics is a Fluid Game: Negotiations and Their Enemies

Quite often the enemies of negotiations win out

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Shamus Cooke: A Paper Peace and Proxy War With Iran

Which begs the question: are the nuclear talks with Iran really that meaningful, if war is what’s practiced?

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