Iran - US Panel at Peace Action's Annual Meeting

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News & Opinion

Syria

Apr 8, 2014

Was Turkey Behind Syrian Sarin Attack? RSN ...

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Foreign Policy

Mar 24, 2014

Compassion does not necessitate intervention - Steven Kinzer, Boston Globe ...

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Russia-Ukraine

Mar 20, 2014

How Crimea plays in Beijing - Asia Times ...

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Israel-Palestine

Mar 19, 2014

Israel ‘probably’ next to ratify nuke test ban treaty — top official - The Times of Israel ...

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Military Spending

Mar 11, 2014

Close scrutiny of Pentagon budget shows lavish spending - John Rainwater, Peace Action West, Oakland Tribune ...

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Nuclear Weapons

Mar 6, 2014

Report on Nuclear Abolition International Meetings in Mexico - Peace Blog ...

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Americas

Feb 28, 2014

Honduras: The Thugocracy Next Door - Politico ...

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Afghanistan / Pakistan

Feb 24, 2014

U.S. examines Afghanistan option that would leave behind 3,000 troops - Washington Post ...

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War on Terror/Civil Liberties/Drones

Feb 13, 2014

Drones on the US border: Are they worth the price? Christian Science Monitor ...

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Iran

Feb 2, 2014

How Obama Won the War on Iran Sanctions - National Journal ...

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Veterans

Jan 23, 2014

Sanders wants to pay for military pension fix with funding from wars - The Hill ...

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Asia

Jan 14, 2014

Open Fire and Open Markets: The Asia-Pacific Pivot and Trans-Pacific Partnership - Foreign Policy in Focus ...

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Tax Day 2014: Slim Down the Pentagon and Fund Our Communities

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F-35 - The Jet that Ate the Pentagon

View short film on this absurd waste of taxpayer dollars - from Brave New Films


Resolving the Iranian nuclear standoff: A nuclear energy program that benefits the Iranian people - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 

The authors argue that Iran will never be in a position to enrich enough uranium to fuel even its only power reactor, the one at Bashear, which is currently supplied by Russia.  They call upon the civilian leaders of Iran to learn from South Korea’s experience that designing and building electricity-producing reactors is where the profits are, not in the enrichment game, especially since Iran has little access to uranium ore.  Referring to the current negotiations, they argue that “the P5+1 should not isolate the country, but offer to incorporate it into the international nuclear energy community by helping it build a viable civilian program.”


- How we stopped the US bombing of Syria - Robert Naiman, Daily Kos

- The ‘Strange Majority’ Against Syrian Intervention - In These Times

- Beware the unintended consequences of a military assault on Syria - Norman Robbins, Cleveland.com

Above: Roni and Elliott Berenson, Jean Kosmac, and Rev. Judy Bagley-Bonner at Rep. David Joyce's Painesville office (Maribeth Joeright, News-Herald).  Joyce declared his opposition to Syria military action.

The biggest threat to America? The size of its own military budget - Michael Cohen, Guardian UK


How much do you know about nuclear weapons and power?  Download Dr. Bill Fickinger's Nuclear Q & A


 

As always OUR TAXES ARE OFF TO WAR - read our own Randy Schutt's 2013 edition, in Daily Kos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011 -  the U.S. spent more on its military than the next 13 nations combined


Israel and Iran, a love story?  view TED video

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