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Are Weapons More Important Than Humans? (Opinions) 17-10-2003
by Kashif Zulfiqar
If only a tiny fraction of social spending reaches the needy, at least it is doing some good, instead of defense spending that often literally ends up in smoke. "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the...

Problems for Nuclear Deterrence that Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Create (Opinions) 20-09-2007
by Kayamone A. Sutton
Since the dropping of the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan on August 6, 1945, the United States has steadily enforced its policies of strategic nuclear deterrence. The strategy of deterrence was vital during the Cold War Era because of the...

Start Without War ! (Opinions) 9-05-2012
by Timothy G. Branfalt Sr.
I'd like to get all of what is in the minds of all the people. especially, when it comes to war. From all countries that I speak to, the common folk, do NOT want ANY Warfare in their country. My only concern is why there is any war at all. The...

Student Group Targets Corporate Elites (Interviews) 9-11-2008
by Jonathan Frank
On November 3, 2008 in Waterloo, Ontario a student activist group, Anti-War @ Laurier, from Wilfred Laurier University targeted Manulife Financial for their leadership role in the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC) and the Security and...

The Global Disarmament of Nuclear Weapons (Opinions) 20-09-2007
by Kayamone A. Sutton
I come before you today to address an issue of great international importance, nuclear proliferation and the United States role in global disarmament of these weapons of mass destruction. Since the beginning of the Cold War, the United States has...

US Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: A Problem For The World? (Opinions) 10-07-2004
by Kayamone Sutton
There is an issue that not very many people are aware of, the United States' proliferation of nuclear weapons. President Bush along with Congress has made provisions to allow the United States to produce nuclear weapons, primarily low-yield...

War & peace: the non-stop battle (Poetry) 2-04-2010
by chelsea
War can do nothing but bring problems and issues. It can deprive us of our goals and peace, and it can take away everything in an instance. What is the point of war? To some it's being able to carry a gun and blow things up, but it goes...

War a lasting regret (Short Story) 3-08-2012
by Arrey Emmanuel Enow
where do we find our inner and global peace? War and peace I will compare them to cry and smile, day and night or good and bad. There is no particular place in the world today one will go and find peace. Peace is not gotten from high security...

War and peace: the human story (Short Story) 3-04-2010
by Arrey Emmanuel Enow
Life does go on during and after war, but in what context? What changes do war and peace bring into our lives? So long as you breathe, life goes on. During war, life still goes on but in a miserable way. All you think of is how to survive,...

War is inhumane! (Short Story) 9-04-2010
by Timothy G. Branfalt Sr.
War: It bears many deep scars within my emotions. I have lived World War I in the heart and mind of my grandfather. He was an infantryman in the U.S. Marine Corps. He was hit and took shrapnel in the jaw, then was sent home after serving 18...

When Science Becomes Immoral: “Weapons of Mass Murder” (Opinions) 19-08-2004
by Ayman El Hakea
The disastrous dropping of the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima in June 1945 by the U.S. air fighter Enola-gay, brought, generated and amplified endless crucial interrogations on the future of the relation between scientists and policy-makers. Does...