Category: Weapons & Disarmament

Alex Emmons: The Senate’s Military Spending

The Senate overwhelmingly approved an $80 billion annual increase in military spending, enough to have fully satisfied Sanders’s campaign promise to make tuition free at public colleges and universities

Amy Corcoran: Making art not war

Organising artistic resistance to the weapons dealers’ London showcase

Andrew Metheven: Activists against London arms fair

In London, thousands of protesters have been taking direct action to shut down one of the world’s biggest arms fairs

Juan Cole: What will Iran do?

Iran has never had the aim of creating a bomb or it would have one by now

Murtaza Hussain: Blowing Up Iran Nuclear Deal

Experts on U.S.-Iran relations and nuclear non-proliferation say that a unilateral American attempt to destroy the deal would be a potential disaster

Alfred W. McCoy: Pentagon’s Wonder Weapons for World Dominion

Or Buck Rogers in the 21st Century

Miriam Pemberton: Climate change budget

Climate change is a bigger threat than any military — our budget should reflect that

Jon Schwarz: Media and North Korea

North Korea Keeps Saying It Might Give Up Its Nuclear Weapons — But Most News Outlets Won’t Tell You That

Lawrence Wilkerson: Is Pentagon Taking Over in Afghanistan?

Interview on arms manufacturers driving foreign policy and if Trump’s strategy for the war in Afghanistan could lead to a dangerous military confrontation between Pakistan, India, and China

Matthew Hoh: Trump’s New Afghanistan Strategy

Windfall for the Military-Industrial Complex​

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