Run-Up to Another Potential US Middle East Disaster

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by Robert E. Hunter The president of the United States has his plate full of international issues. Most important is the impending capacity of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea to be able to launch nuclear weapons against American cities.… Continue Reading  

Trump’s Choice: Iran Deal Model or North Korean Bomb?

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by Seyed Hossein Mousavian After a White House meeting with U.S. military leaders on Thursday where he discussed the Iranian and North Korean nuclear issues, President Trump cryptically told the press that it was the “calm before the storm.” Trump… Continue Reading  

North Korea: To Be or Not To Be Nuclear

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by Sergey Batsanov As if all the volatility, conflict and human suffering around the world this year were not enough, in recent months the crisis over North Korea’s (DPRK) possession of nuclear weapons and long-range missiles has mutated from serious… Continue Reading  

“Putting Iran on Notice”—Stop Acting Like A Sovereign Country?

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by Greg Thielmann Iran’s January 29 flight test of a medium-range ballistic missile helped prompt an ominous if ambiguous warning by U.S. National Security Advisor Michael Flynn on February 1: “As of today, we are officially putting Iran on notice.”… Continue Reading  

Obama’s Nuclear Paradox

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by John Feffer Of all the accomplishments and disappointments of the Obama presidency, his nuclear weapons policy is the greatest. Yes, you read that correctly. Obama’s approach to nukes will be his most significant legacy as well as his most… Continue Reading