While the US may be the world's single super power in military terms, it faces another super power: the voices of war-weary millions who detest violence and killing. In Afghanistan, in the United States, and among the populations of countries whose governments have joined the NATO coalition, millions of people are calling for an end to war in Afghanistan.Filed under:
By Conn Hallinan, December 16, 2010 - Foreign Policy in Focus
This past July, a nuclear-armed nation, in violation of an international treaty, clandestinely agreed to supply uranium to a known proliferator of nuclear weapons. China and North Korea? No, the United States and Israel.
In a July 8 article entitled “Report: Secret Document Affirms U.S. Israeli Nuclear Partnership,” the Israeli daily Haaretz revealed that the Obama Administration will begin transferring nuclear fuel to Israel in order to build up Tel Aviv’s nuclear stockpile.
BUDRUS, a powerful documentary about the Palestinian nonviolence movement, opens Dec. 3rd at the Coolidge Corner Theatre. The film has garnered numerous international awards and great deal of national and international media coverage in recent weeks.Filed under: