Secretary of State John Kerry will sign a sweeping international arms trade agreement on Wednesday after sending it to the Senate on Tuesday. The NRA is predictably angry.
Lou Dobbs continues to prove that his move from CNN to Fox Business Channel was not good for him or for anyone still watching him if they would like to be presented with some semblance of the truth instead of perpetual fearmongering. In the wake of
News of the day, this day in history - report from The United Nations, daily newscast featuring world events. A Dag Hammarskjold Press conference on this day - optimistic over resumption of Nuclear Disarmament talks. West Germany not thrilled. Middle East reported calm. Meetings on Central American Trade. World Health Organization and the recent Cyclone crisis in Ceylon. UN Representative from the U.S. Henry Cabot Lodge to leave on the 28th for month long visit to Iran, Afghanistan and India.
Matt Eckel at Foreign Policy Watch points to this NYT article discussing the Obama administration's next arms control topic - "non-strategic" or tactical nuclear weapons. From the NYT: Today, the United States retains about 500
In today's Washington Post, the senior Republican statesmen appeal (again) for their colleagues in the Senate to ratify New START. Republican presidents have long led the crucial fight to protect the United States against nuclear dangers. That
ONE THIRD of all the weapons procured for the Afghan security forces are missing and can be presumed sold onto the black market. Worth roughly $40 m
Dr. Christopher A. Ford, the U.S. Special Representative for Nuclear Nonproliferation, has joined the exodus from the Bush administration, and headed
Brad DeLong: This was nice to see coming from an ex-Republican Intel Dump: After the waterboarding... We are respectable negroes: Six degrees of sep
Attytood: An open letter to George Stephanapoulos and Charles Gibson. Their jaw-dropping hackery was just the latest example of how our useless press
No More Mister Nice Blog: Maureen Dowd and Larry Sinclair: Separated at birth? at-Largely: Sunday's 60 Minutes segment on the malicious prosecution o
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