Cuban Missile Crisis

Diplomatic proposals succeed only when they satisfy the vital interests of each party to a conflict.
We should not delude ourselves with the assumption that peace is the natural state of mankind in our age.
"I feel like the threat is as real to everyone else as it is to Guam."
Soon enough, President Trump will confront an economic, military, or constitutional crisis — or provoke one. Already we see
The President backed off, but his views on press irresponsibility festered. This informed his decision to try to kill those
Have the U.S. public and media adopted, with insufficient evidence, a demonization of Putin? It's easy to do. Russia is the
The moderators at the next presidential debate must therefore put these issues front and center. We need a Commander in Chief who not only has the temperament to handle the challenges of the nuclear arsenal, but also one who understands what it's all about.
For example, the 2000 film Thirteen Days portrays the most dangerous crisis thus far in human history: the 1962 Cuban Missile
I'm not a psychologist, but after watching Donald Trump's thirteen-month presidential campaign, it certainly appears that he is unhinged.
If future generations are to have a decent future -- or perhaps any future at all -- human civilization as a whole will have to meet something of the same challenge as Europe first began to meet nearly 70 years ago.