The Day After the "Implementation Day" of the Nuclear Deal With Iran: Prospects for Scientific Cooperation, Safety and Sustainability in the Persian Gulf
The Persian Gulf - a semi closed body of water - is at a serious crossroad and facing an uncertain future. Its population
Recently a group of disarmament scholars and policy experts met in New York to honor Peter Weiss, President Emeritus of the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, for his lifelong commitment to a subject of permanent gravity that often remains in a political, legal and generational stalemate.
The indications are certainly in the direction of the use of chemical weapons. However, we all should wait to see the report of the United Nations inspectors before action is taken. The political dynamics are running ahead of due process.
In his new memoir, Karl Rove does what he does best. To explain away one lie, he comes up with another.
Blair maintains that Saddam Hussein's presence in the region would have been enough of a threat to justify the war. "I supported
"If Saddam would have remained in power, he would have remained a terror for his own people, but I think that it's more likely that he would have turned out to be like a Gaddafi or a Castro rather than a danger."
Powell pushed for war and put everyone on notice that he was acting in bad faith, with a reckless disregard for the truth. Let's not forget.