It has been theorized often in the press that if Japan and South Korea ever felt that America would not defend them as promised, or if they wanted to become fully independent of American foreign policy, that they would likely decide to become full nuclear powers themselves. 1,067 more words
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A new wave of users have launched drone strikes either on their own territory or across borders over the past 15 months.
While the majority of attention on armed drones has focused on US use (and to some extent on the UK and Israeli), growing proliferation of these systems has meant that a number of other countries have acquired or developed armed drones and are beginning to regularly use them to launch strikes. 1,572 more words
Prof. Chomsky on the implications of the rise to power of “the most dangerous organization in world history” Full interview here
C.J. Polychroniou for Truthout: Noam, the unthinkable has happened: In contrast to all forecasts, Donald Trump scored a decisive victory over Hillary Clinton, and the man that Michael Moore described as a “wretched, ignorant, dangerous part-time clown and full-time sociopath” will be the next president of the United States. 411 more words
Landmark agreement signed in Tokyo despite criticism from anti-nuclear groups citing threats to safety.
In the beginning of October, 40 million Russians engaged in three days of drills in preparation for a nuclear or natural disaster. Last week, Vladimir Putin instructed Russian officials overseas to bring all their relatives home. 878 more words
In the second chapter of the “Hallmarks of cancer” series we talk about the cancer cell capability to continuously sustain proliferative signalling.
As discussed in the first chapter ( 579 more words