UKRAINE: MODERN TIMES regular commentator, John Y. Jones, gives us here in this essay (via Jacques Baud) an overview of the balance of power, the progression of the Ukraine war, the propaganda threat, Russian intentions and Western reactions, the Nazi accusations and lies campaigns.
PRIO: Researchers who question the legitimacy of US wars, seem to experience being ousted from their positions in research and media institutions. The example presented here is from the Institute for Peace Research in Oslo (PRIO), an institution which historically has had researchers critical of wars of aggression – and who can hardly be labeled friends of nuclear arms.
ORIENTERING 11. APRIL 1970: April 9 was a result of the Norwegian officer corps' policy of forgiveness and grumpy admiration for Hitler-Germany and all that it stood for, says Major Svein Blindheim in this interview.
Becky Alexis-Martin: Disarming Doomsday: The Human Impact of Nuclear Weapons since Hiroshima
: NUCLEAR WEAPONS: Despite repeated demonstrations, the nuclear weapons are still with us, and they are at least as dangerous as before. This book contains what you need to know about the history of nuclear weapons.
: The United States conjures up an image of itself as the heroic country that can save the world from an "increasingly aggressive China". At the same time, more than 400 US military bases surround China with rockets, bombers, warships and, above all, nuclear weapons.
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