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Trump’s Historic North Korea Visit Belied by Iran Aggression
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Trump’s Historic North Korea Visit Belied by Iran Aggression
July 5, 2019

The American president is appealing to North Korea through cordial dialogue for nuclear disarmament, while at the same time threatening Iran with bellicose rhetoric over non-existent weapons. What is he up to?

Hope for a Breakthrough in Korea
July 2, 2019

Donald Trump will ultimately have to remind his national security adviser and secretary of state who is president if there’s to be progress on North Korea, says Ray McGovern.

Hope for a Breakthrough in Korea
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Survey: Americans Have Remarkably Ignorant Attitude Toward Nukes And North Korea
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Survey: Americans Have Remarkably Ignorant Attitude Toward Nukes And North Korea
June 27, 2019

As tensions continue to escalate between nuclear powers around the world while the faltering US empire becomes increasingly desperate to maintain its global hegemony, human extinction via nuclear annihilation is just as real a possibility as it was at the height of the last Cold War.

Has John Bolton’s Stint as Trump’s National Security Advisor Been a Failure?
June 23, 2019

The very name John Bolton is enough to invoke disgust among those who would prefer to live in a world inclined towards peace rather than one on the cusp of endless war.

Has John Bolton’s Stint as Trump’s National Security Advisor Been a Failure?
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Freak-Out Over North Korea’s Missile Test Defies Rationality
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Freak-Out Over North Korea’s Missile Test Defies Rationality
May 8, 2019

The test, a 4,200-mile flight designed “to ensure a continued safe, secure and effective nuclear deterrent” is a routine event, something nations such as Russia and China conduct on a regular basis. Oftentimes they go largely uncommented on, with no news coverage of them to speak of.

Geostrategy After the Deadlock in US-North-Korean Relations
March 11, 2019

The world isn’t so democratic internationally, nor within the United States, for the security and welfare of the public anywhere to be actually a high priority of international policy-makers — especially not in the United States.

Geostrategy After the Deadlock in US-North-Korean Relations
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A Long Way to Go for Dinner
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A Long Way to Go for Dinner
March 3, 2019

President Donald Trump’s air trip to Vietnam cost taxpayers $5,695,000 just for the president’s flying Taj Mahal. Plus millions more for his retainers, the presidential limo, hotel rooms, meals, security details and only Ho Chi Minh knows what else. For what? A nice photo op and a cheery dinner for the two leaders in Hanoi.

The United States Is at It Again: Compiling an Enemies List
January 24, 2019

Such “lists” are about what the US wants the world to believe about itself and its adversaries. Put competitors on a list and condemn them to eternal denigration whenever their names come up.

The United States Is at It Again: Compiling an Enemies List
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