All news tagged with #Nuclear weapons
USA 02/18/2018 0
The Other Superpower?
Is there a global, evolutionary counterforce out there as well, equal to or greater than the corporate militarism that seems to have a stranglehold on the future?
USA 02/17/2018 0
Pentagon to Allow Nuclear Responses to Non-Nuclear Attacks
Amid the media frenzy surrounding the Nunes-Trump memo, the Pentagon officially released its 2018 Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) last week.
USA 02/15/2018 0
With Trump’s Nuclear Doctrine the Cold War Resumes
Scientific studies have demonstrated the potential catastrophic global environmental effects following a limited regional nuclear war, using just 100 Hiroshima size weapons that would potentially kill 2 billion people.
USA 02/09/2018 0
Approaching the Apocalypse, the Doomsday Clock Moves Forward
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists has just moved their Doomsday Clock forward to two minutes till midnight.
USA 01/30/2018 0
Avoiding Armageddon in Korea
Or launching a war for the ages.
USA 01/26/2018 0
Nuclear Annihilation and the Wisdom of Mass Salvation
Mutually assured destruction is not wisdom. It’s playing with global holocaust.
USA 01/08/2018 0
Washington’s Pre-War Demonization Formula Is Targeting Iran, Again
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley’s grandiose performance in front of the UN on December 15 should send shivers down the spines of those who remember Colin Powell’s equally disturbing performance in the months leading up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. This is just the beginning of the a new media campaign against Iran with regime change as the end goal.
USA 12/31/2017 0
How the U.S. Could Provoke a New Korean War
The bare bones of a deal with North Korea may exist, but senseless provocations could set off a conflict long before then.
USA 12/24/2017 0
The United States faces a trap of its own making. For decades, this country has forcibly overthrown regimes it deemed to be hostile to US interests. North Korea fears that it is next.
USA 12/21/2017 0
The Case Against Iraqing Iran
Planning war and funding war creates its own momentum. Sanctions become, as with Iraq, a stepping stone to war. Cutting off diplomacy leaves few options open. Electoral pissing contests take us all where most of us did not want to be.