Category: Weapons & Disarmament

William Astore: Rewarding Failure

Why Pentagon Weapons Programs Rarely Get Canceled Despite Major Problems

Russell Mokhiber: Defend the Guard Act Stirs Debate in West Virginia Over Military Industrial Complex

Please Help ZNet         Source: Counterpunch A debate over the military industrial complex is raging in West Virginia. The debate was kicked off in the West Virginia legislature again this year by Patrick McGeehan, a Republican member of the House of Delegates from the northern panhandle. McGeehan has introduced House Bill 2138 Read more…

Mandy Smithberger: The Pentagon, First, Last, and Always

Focusing on the Wrong Threats, including a New Cold War with China, Is the Last Thing We Can Afford Now

Ashik Siddique: Could Biden’s Climate Policy Invite More Militarism?

Climate change poses an existential threat. That doesn’t mean we should further empower an already bloated Pentagon

Medea Benjamin: What Planet Is NATO Living On?

Only 17% of Europeans want closer economic ties with the United States, while even fewer, 10% of French and Germans, think their countries need America’s help with their national defense.

Medea Benjamin: Is Biden Committing Diplomatic Suicide Over the Iran Nuclear Agreement?

Can Biden’s America be part of the solution? After only three weeks in office, surely it can’t be too late. But the ball is in his court, and the whole world is watching

Lawrence Wittner: Will the Nuclear Powers Ever Be Willing to Forgo Their Nuclear Weapons?

Supporting the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons remains conspicuously absent from the Biden administration’s agenda, as it is from the agendas of all the other nuclear powers

Rebecca Gordon: The Fire Next Time

Climate Change, the Bomb, or the Flame of Hope?

Noam Chomsky: The Threat of Nuclear Weapons

“The Threat of Nuclear Weapons: Why Canada Should Sign the UN Nuclear Ban Treaty” Presented by the Canadian Foreign Policy Institute

Behrooz Ghamari Tabrizi: Biden and Iran

Last week’s statements by the Biden appointees made the matter unnecessarily more complicated, sounding more like a continuation of the Trump policy rather than its refutation

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