Archive for May, 2015

Sister Megan Rice, Freed From Prison, Is Unapologetic for Anti-Nuclear Activism

Sister Megan Rice, Freed From Prison, Is Unapologetic for Anti-Nuclear Activism

For more than a year, Sister Megan Rice, 85, a Roman Catholic nun of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, had caught occasional glimpses of the glittering World...

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US ahead of schedule on nuclear arms cuts

US ahead of schedule on nuclear arms cuts

With nearly three years remaining to complete the reductions called for in the New START Treaty with Russia, the US has to remove only a few dozen nuclear warheads...

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How nuclear realists falsely frame the nuclear weapons debate <p style='font size:14px'>By Ward Wilson</p>

How nuclear realists falsely frame the nuclear weapons debate

By Ward Wilson

There has never been as much dissatisfaction with the international framework governing nuclear weapons (the Non-Proliferation Treaty) as there is today. The treaty...

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Keeping the Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Alive

Keeping the Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Alive

On April 27, 2015, the States Party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) convened in New York to review the operations of the Treaty since...

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For Ronald Reagan Peace through Strength Did Not Mean War at Any Price <p style='font size:14px'>By Doug Bandow</p>

For Ronald Reagan Peace through Strength Did Not Mean War at Any Price

By Doug Bandow

Alzheimer’s robbed Ronald Reagan of his memory. Now Republican neocons are trying to steal his foreign policy legacy. Reagan likely would have been appalled by...

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