Tag: nuclear weapons
What We Talk About When We Don’t Want to Talk About...
The one, in a vain effort to conceal his own ignorance, offers rambling nonsense. The other, accustomed to making her own rules, simply changes the subject.
9 Terrifying Things Donald Trump Has Publicly Said About Nuclear Weapons
One need not rely on anonymous sources to glean Trump’s views on nuclear weapons.
The Doomsday Clock
Nuclear Weapons, Climate Change, and the Prospects for Survival
Obama’s Trillion-Dollar Nuclear-Arms Train Wreck
The U.S. nuclear arsenal, and all the expense, nuclear waste and immense danger it continuously poses, has received almost no attention in the U.S. presidential debates.
Experts Warn that Nuclear Risks May be Increasing
A nuclear watchdog issues a warning about the possibility that terrorists could obtain nuclear explosives or provoke a dangerous meltdown.
Why Israel’s Security Experts Support the Iran Deal—and Iran’s Hardliners Don’t
Why is right-wing media asserting that hardline Islamists in the Islamic Republic are delighted with the Iran nuclear deal, while Israelis are concerned over their country's security when the opposite is true?
What if U.S. and U.N. Sanctioned Israel Over Its Nukes as...
The Middle East already has enough horrible issues without having nuclear weaponry added to the mix. The UN has treated Israel very different from how Iran was treated but should be discouraged when it comes to weaponry like the rest of the Middle East.
Republican Senators Undermine President’s Nuclear Deal with Iran
In an open letter to Iran’s leaders on Monday, 47 Republican Senators undermined President Obama's negotiations with Iran and threatened to sabotage any agreement reached between the two countries. But Republicans won't stop there.
CIA Evidence from Whistleblower Trial Could Tilt Iran Nuclear Talks
The prosecution in the Jeffrey Sterling case have casted doubt on claims of Iran's developed nuclear weapons program. If the International Atomic Energy Agency determines that U.S. assertions lack credibility, who will Washington have to blame?