"People will judge you on what you can build, not what you destroy."
I was struck by the letter from Richard Tillinger regarding his love of machine guns (“Misfire?” September-October 2008).
The U.S. provided nearly half of the conventional weapons sold to developing nations in 2005
The recently released 2005 yearbook from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute reviews armament, disarmament, and international security.
The failure to discover weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has exposed the lie at the
heart of the Bush administration's case for war.
A 2001 U.S. Army Audit Agency report revealed that U.S. armed forces
are unprepared for encountering chemical and biological weapons.
Weapons sales to developing countries last year reached their lowest level in eight
years, according to a new report by the Congressional Research Service.
While the U.S. government condemns the weapons programs of impoverished nations such as Iraq and North Korea, it remains a world leader in the production and sale of small arms...
The movement against land mines has achieved moderate success since the mine ban treaty
became international law in March 1999.
The Clinton administration’s aggressive promotion of U.S. arms sales around the world tops Project Censored’s list of censored or underreported news stories for 1997.
During the stand-off between the United States and Iraq over that country’s suspected possession of chemical and biological weapons...
A hospital waiting room can become a kind of community.