Official rhetoric has helped fuel an escalation of tension between the United States and Iran. Do recent negotiations mark a change in direction, or just a temporary detour from the highway to military attack?
'Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.' - Isaiah 2:4
Peter's denials and Judas' betrayal foreshadow the reactionary horror to come.
"THE BOMB is Back" (by Jonathan Schell, November-December
2002) recommends the prohibition of nuclear arms to prevent nuclear war.
"The Bomb is Back" is an excellent article and absolutely on target, especially your idea that attacking Iraq is going to produce the opposite effect of stated U.S. policy objectives.
What can be done about the growing nuclear threat?
End the Nuclear Danger
Religious statements on nuclear weapons.
National missile defense is only the latest version of "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb." Our best protection from nuclear war? A global ban on nuclear weapons.
A U.S. military accident in Puerto Rico has fueled opposition to U.S. military bases
and troops stationed there. During a training session in April, U.S.
Iraq isn't the only country to turn away bomb inspectors.
The post-Cold War dream of a world free from nuclear weapons had a rude
awakening this May.