Category: Weapons & Disarmament

Vijay Prashad: The U.S. and Australia Signed a Nuclear Arms Deal, Simple as That

If this is merely an arms deal hidden behind a military pact, then it is a cynical use of war-making rhetoric for business purposes. This cynicism could eventually lead to a great deal of suffering

Medea Benjamin: U.S. Militarism’s Toxic Impact on Climate Policy

A new survey of 10,000 people between the ages of 16 and 25 in ten countries around the world found that many of them think humanity is doomed and that they have no future

William D. Hartung: The Profits of War

How Corporate America Cashed in on the Post-9/11 Pentagon Spending Surge

David Swanson: What Ending a War Could Look Like

When you imagine ending a war, do you imagine the U.S. President lamenting the human cost of the war’s financial expense while simultaneously demanding that Congress increase military spending?

Jake Johnson: New Bill Says: Cut Pentagon, Fund Global Vaccines

“We can’t bomb our way out of a global pandemic”

Brian Terrell: Resisting Nuclear Weapons in a Climate Crisis

Stopping the Next Catastrophe Before it Begins

William J. Astore: Pivoting to America

Let’s Reinvent the U.S. Military for Real National Defense

Yves Engler: ‘No new fighter jets’ campaign first step towards defunding military

Progressives should be pushing to defund or abolish the Canadian military. But, first we need to stop bolstering its capacity to kill in U.S. and NATO lead wars

Mandy Smithberger: What Price “Defense”?

America’s Nearly $1.3 Trillion National Security Budget Isn’t Making Us Any Safer

Sara Sirota: Nuclear Weapon Skeptics Face Turbulent Path to Rein In the Pentagon

As the Pentagon undertakes the most ambitious development of nuclear weapons in decades, skeptics in the House of Representatives haven’t yet found a unified strategy to achieve cutbacks

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