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Signs U.S. International Power Is Declining
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Signs U.S. International Power Is Declining
June 30, 2020

The possible withdrawal of Japan from its existing anti-Russian alliance with the U.S. could turn out to be yet another indication that The American Century is in the process of ending.

Tipping the Nuclear Dominos
June 19, 2020

Early in his term, President Trump asked why the US can’t use its nuclear weapons. If Washington successfully torpedoes START II and re-starts testing, he may get to do exactly that.

Tipping the Nuclear Dominos
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Why the Sudden U.S. Keenness for Arms Control Talks With Russia?
Editorial
Why the Sudden U.S. Keenness for Arms Control Talks With Russia?
June 12, 2020

Washington is pursuing an ulterior agenda and exploiting nuclear fears for its own selfish geopolitical gain regarding China.

America: The Deluded Superpower
May 30, 2020

Chasing after the exceptionalist goal of dominance in everything, everywhere, all the time is a “tried and true” road to oblivion.

America: The Deluded Superpower
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Trump the Peace Candidate? This President Abhors International Treaties
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Trump the Peace Candidate? This President Abhors International Treaties
May 28, 2020

Trump and his advisers are opposed to any international bodies on principle, most particularly if they are not completely supportive of U.S. policies

Trump’s War on Arms Control and Disarmament
May 28, 2020

A successor to the Trump administration will have to rebuild the credibility of the Department of Justice and the effectiveness of such regulatory agencies as the Environmental Protection Agency and the Consumer Finance Protection Agency. 

Trump’s War on Arms Control and Disarmament
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From Open Skies to Open Season for Nukes
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From Open Skies to Open Season for Nukes
May 27, 2020

Washington is destroying trust and integrity by deliberately creating insecurity in order to achieve its geopolitical objective of controlling China.

War and Plagues: Military Spending During a Pandemic
May 15, 2020

Conn HALLINAN “There have been as many plagues as wars in history, yet plagues and wars take people equally by surprise” – Albert Camus, “The Plague” Camus’ novel of a lethal contagion in the North African city of Oran is […]

War and Plagues: Military Spending During a Pandemic
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