arms race


How about a peace race instead of an arms race?

“In late April, the highly-respected Stockholm International Peace Research Institute reported that, in 2018, world military expenditures rose…”

Author: Lawrence Wittner
Published in: Counterpunch, Peace & Change, Bainbridge Island Review, Waging Peace, LA Progressive, ZNet, Daily Kos, War Is a Crime, Kashmir Times, Pagosa Springs Colorado Daily Post, The Sierra County Prospect, Emmitsburg Maryland News-Journal, History Mystery, Gilmer West Virginia Free Press, Satish Sharma
Date: 2019, May 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, June 1
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As Nations Get Ready for Nuclear War, Their Governments Work to Create the Illusion of Safety

“Ever since the U.S. atomic bombings of Japanese cities in August 1945, a specter has haunted the world?the specter of nuclear annihilation…”

Lawrence Wittner
Published in: Counterpunch, History News Network, LA Progressive, Common Dreams, The Smirking Chimp, Z Net, War is a Crime, History News Network, Satish Sharma’s Rotigraphy Blog, The Sunburg News, Daily Kos, Gilmer Free Press, Sierra County Prospect, The Posey County News
Date: January 24,25,27,29,30,February 1,4,2019
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Lurching Toward Catastrophe: The Trump Administration and Nuclear Weapons

“In July 2017, by a vote of 122 to 1, with one abstention, nations from around the world attending a United Nations-sponsored conference in New York City voted to approve a treaty to ban nuclear weapons…”

Lawrence Wittner
Published in: Common Dreams, Antiwar, War is a Crime, LA Progressive, Daily Kos, Satish Sharma’s Rotigraphy Blog, Bainbridge Island Review, Sierra County Prospect, The Sunburg News, History News Network, The Raw Story, Pagosa Daily Post, Coalition for Peace Action, Sentinel News, Brewminate, The Reader Magazine, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Gilmer Free Press
Date: November 18,19,20,21,25,26,2018
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The 2017 Nobel Peace Prize to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons: Saving humanity from itself

“Since the beginning of the nuclear age and the dropping of the first atomic bombs, humankind has struggled with the reality of being able…”

Robert F. Dodge M.D.
Published in: War is a Crime, Common Dreams, Antiwar, Baltimore Nonviolence Center, Counterpunch, The Smirking Chimp, The PeaceWorker, Art of Transition
Date: December 10,11,12,2017
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