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Another U.S. Veteran Passionately Pleads – “Please Don’t Thank Me for My Service” | wchildblog


Last fall, Liberty Blitzkrieg highlighted a powerful letter written by former U.S. Army Ranger Rory Fanning, in the post:

“Stop Thanking Me for My Service” – Former U.S. 252 more words

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Arms Control After Ukraine


Yesterday’s ceasefire in Ukraine can hardly be considered a Valentine. Tensions remain high between Russia and NATO over Ukraine, and past attempts at compromise failed or proved to be short-lived. 1,037 more words

Video: Arms Limitation in the Nuclear Weapons Age (part 1)

This film highlights nuclear arms control efforts during the Cold War. View the film on YouTube.


International Dialogue on Underwater Munitions Highlighting Sea-Dumped Chemical Weapons

International Dialogue on Underwater Munitions

Deadly Depths

Underwater munitions pollute the marine environment with toxic chemicals. We have learned that there is a “need to clean” both chemical and conventional weapons based on potential human health impacts, as well as environmental implications through depleting fish stocks (CHEMSEA Findings Report 2013, Search and Assessment of Sea Dumped Chemical Weapons and Porter, JW, Barton J and Torres 2011, Ecological, Radiological and Toxicological Effects of Naval Bombardment on Coral Reefs of Isla de Vieques, Puerto Rico). 869 more words

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U.S. Threatens to Punish Russia with Economic Sanctions for Violating Arms Treaty

On December 10th, at a Congressional hearing, Undersecretary for Arms Control and International Security, Rose Gottemoeller said that Russia was in violation of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty and the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE). 716 more words