Tag: nuclear weapons
A graduation day speech for the post-post-docs of life.
The path to disaster.
How to turn a world lacking in enemies into the most threatening place in the universe.
Would a President Mitt Romney be primed for military action in Iran?
As we grapple with the legal, political, and cultural implications of drone warfare and targeted killing, the renowned anthropologist draws on an older turning point in military ethics—weapons design at Los Alamos.
Trinity and the legacy of atomic testing.
What is the best way to prevent an Iranian nuclear weapon?
Nuclear weapons don’t get the attention that they once did, but they’re still very much a part of our world.
To solve global problems, we have to start thinking in terms of civilizations instead of than nation-states. A dispatch from the recent Istanbul Partners Forum.
Richard Falk on the so-called decline of violence, nuclear weapons, and subtle academic corruption.