Monday, September 20, 2021

Personal interview: Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson—what are the prospects for peace?

In the second installment of the '"What Are The Prospects For Peace?" interview series, Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson speaks on the realities of the international power struggle unfolding in real time.

Rethinking Manhattan Project spies and the Cold War, MAD—and the 75 years of no...

We should nonetheless admit a debt of gratitude to those spies at Los Alamos who kept the U.S. from committing an atrocity that humanity would have never forgiven.

The Pentagon’s Real $trategy

Faced with such boundlessly ambitious raids on the public purse, no one should claim a “lack of strategy” as a failing among our real policymakers.

(Un)happy anniversary!

17 years of war (and more to come).

Will the world community condemn the murder of Iran’s nuclear scientist?

The only way to stop this crisis from spiraling out of control is for the world community to condemn the act, and demand a UN investigation and accountability for the perpetrators.

Dispossessed in the Name of ‘Security’

“The military is looking to expand its role by emphasizing what it portrays as ‘security’ threats arising from ecological disasters.”

Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 70 Years After the Atomic Bombs Were Dropped

While devastation and suffering came from those two awful bomb blasts in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a nuclear abolition movement was born that still wages a peaceful campaign to eliminate these weapons.

The Tears of Fallujah

“If recent history has taught us anything, it's that the wounds of Fallujah, and those of Iraq’s Sunni in general, must be treated in short order or the conflict will simmer to explosion once again.”

Drone Whistleblowers Step Out of the Shadows

In Washington’s drone wars, collateral damage comes home.

Who authorized America’s wars?

And why they never end...