Nation Topics - Nuclear Arms and Proliferation
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Sixty-nine years ago today, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, beginning a countdown toward the inglorious end of our species.
After 9/11, the US invented a new kind of borderless, pre-emptive warfare, plunging the world into an endless cycle of violence.
Think of climate change as a WMD on a particularly long fuse, already lit and there for any of us to see.
An event honoring Peter Weiss for his decades-long fight for nuclear disarmament highlighted the ongoing need for such work.
On human rights, nuclear energy, climate change and more, the US and India are set to clash.
August 6 marks sixty-eight years since the United States committed what is arguably the single gravest act of terrorism that the world has ever known.
Is there any benefit to be found in an unbroken record of waste, futility and shame? Only if lessons learned prevent a catastrophe in Iran.
The Islamic Republic has survived for so long because its basic model is, according to numerous surveys, what a majority of Iranians actually want.
What remains of the initial Obama drive to reach out to Iran with an “engagement that is honed and grounded in mutual respect”?
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