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Nuclear Energy in the World 10 Years After Fukushima
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Nuclear Energy in the World 10 Years After Fukushima
March 22, 2021

The March 2011 Fukushima disaster was the most severe nuclear accident since Chernobyl. Its terrifying consequences led some countries to reconsider their attitude to nuclear energy with states like Germany deciding to phase out the technology. However, elsewhere, nuclear power continues to be a major source of electricity supply.

Return of the Leviathan: The Fascist Roots of the CIA and the True Origin of the Cold War
March 7, 2021

In whose interest did the creation of the Cold War serve and continues to serve? Cynthia Chung addresses this question in her three-part series.

Return of the Leviathan: The Fascist Roots of the CIA and the True Origin of the Cold War
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Gathering Against China
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Gathering Against China
December 15, 2020

The stage is being set for further confrontation with China, and Stoltenberg wants NATO to gear up to join the anti-China band.

The Day the World Stood Still: A Story of the First Atomic Bomb and Our Perpetual Cold War
October 1, 2020

Today, we find ourselves in a self-made purgatory; we have condemned ourselves and the generations that will follow to an endless stand-off with no release, while the entire world holds its breath taken in as its hostage.

The Day the World Stood Still: A Story of the First Atomic Bomb and Our Perpetual Cold War
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Territorial Disputes of Japan
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Territorial Disputes of Japan
August 31, 2020

During the tenure of outgoing Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe hopes were high that he would be able to resolve some of the territorial disputes between Japan and its neighbors. That did not happen. Let’s have a look at the legacy Abe will leave to his successor.

VIDEO: 75 Anniversary of the Nuclear Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
August 11, 2020

2020 marks the 75 anniversary of the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The United States still remains the only nation to use atomic weapons on its enemies. But was incinerating untold numbers of Japanese really necessary? The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were a political act to begin the Cold War, deliberately carried out by American leaders to assert U.S. hegemony. Watch the video and read more in the Editorial article.

VIDEO: 75 Anniversary of the Nuclear Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Hiroshima and the Backlash Against Historical Truth
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Hiroshima and the Backlash Against Historical Truth
August 7, 2020

On the 50th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1995 historians at the Smithsonian tried to present a truthful accounting of that U.S. decision-making but were stopped by right-wing politicians who insist on maintaining comforting myths, recalls Gary G. Kohls.

Hiroshima, Nagasaki 75 Years On, Washington Still Playing Terror Card
August 7, 2020

The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were a political act to begin the Cold War, deliberately carried out by American leaders to assert U.S. hegemony.

Hiroshima, Nagasaki 75 Years On, Washington Still Playing Terror Card
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