Posts Tagged ‘Nuclear weapons’

[picapp src=”8/4/c/4/Ideas_2002_Showcases_4987.jpg?adImageId=7333851&imageId=1786858″ width=”380″ height=”526″ /] This has been the week of the Seymour Hersh piece. The news just keeps on coming out of that one article. But I don’t want to talk about the New Yorker item, or not really. In light of the publication of this piece, I’d like to revisit a less current […]

States play with nuclear weapons the way boys play with their toys, writes Naveen Naqvi. [picapp src=”5/2/f/d/Hawk_Missiles_Desplayed_2cc9.jpg?adImageId=7266344&imageId=2694135″ width=”500″ height=”334″ /] It was a joke someone cracked after North Korea test-fired seven ballistic missiles on July 4, Independence Day in the United States. I have to admit that I laughed at the word play, given my […]