Should the US’ British Ally Retain Nuclear Weapons?

by Peter Jenkins Last week an independent, cross-party commission of inquiry into UK nuclear weapons policy issued its report. The commission (comprising three politicians, two diplomats, one field marshal and two academics) reviewed the arguments for and against the UK… Continue Reading  

Israel Needs a Peaceful Settlement with Iran

by Rod Mamudi In its nuclear program, [Iran’s] government enters with full power and has complete authority. I have given the nuclear negotiations portfolio to foreign ministry. The problem won’t be from our side. We have sufficient political latitude to… Continue Reading  

Hiroshima, Nagasaki and “Bomb Iran”

by Marsha B. Cohen Last week marked the 68th anniversary of the WWII destruction of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima (Aug. 6) and Nagasaki (Aug. 9) — the first and only deployment of nuclear weapons in human history. Within moments… Continue Reading