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Tortured by CIA and Detained at Gitmo Without Trial, Ahmed Rabbani Gives Haunting Review of 'The Report'—a New Film He'll Likely Never See
"If we do not learn from history we will be doomed to repeat our mistakes—and I would hate for anyone else to endure what I have had to endure."
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The So-Called War on Terror Has Killed Over 801,000 People and Cost $6.4 Trillion: New Analysis
"The numbers continue to accelerate, not only because many wars continue to be waged, but also because wars don't end when soldiers come home."
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We must know the candidate’s vision on nuclear policy—their approach to eliminating the risk of nuclear war. (Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images) Views
Which of the 2020 Candidates Are Ready to Address the Threat of Nuclear Weapons?
Will the candidates continue to support the policy that gives the US president unfettered authority to start a nuclear war? Or will they instead lower global risk of war and publicly commit the US to a nuclear No First Use policy?
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Greta has been adamant we need to listen to the science and adhere to regulatory practices. Sadly, the only thing Greta has provided is a platform for politicians to conceptualize the seriousness of it all. (Photo: Andreane Williams/CBC/twitter) Views
Painting Over Greta
Activism is meaningless unless there is the political will to leverage civic engagement into policy change.
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Modi and Kissinger are joined by friends. News
As Modi Hobnobs With Kissinger and Other War Criminals, Ilhan Omar and Pramila Jayapal Criticize US Support for Indian Regime
"At what point do we no longer share values with India? Are we waiting for the Muslims in Assam to be put in those camps?"
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No nation on earth can afford the catastrophic regional and global consequences of any use of nuclear weapons. (Photo: A B53 nuclear bomb at the Pantex facility in Texas/NNSA/flickr/cc) Views
Don’t Forget: Nuclear Weapons Are an Existential Threat
A new study shows just how bad a nuclear war could get. We need a plan to eliminate this risk permanently.
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New Study Warns India-Pakistan Nuclear War Could Kill 125 Million Immediately—Then Spark Global Mass Starvation
"The world cannot afford the impacts on public health, the environment and our climate that would result from any use of nuclear weapons. They must be eliminated before they eliminate us."
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U.S. President Donald Trump takes part in a welcoming ceremony with China's President Xi Jinping on November 9, 2017 in Beijing, China. Trump is on a 10-day trip to Asia. (Photo: Thomas Peter-Pool/Getty Images) Views
The Uncertain and Dangerous Interregnum: World Peace and the Post-Cold War Era
On geostrategic dynamics and a vision for Eurasian common security diplomacy
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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, pictured in Beijing, China in November 2018, called on the world Sunday to watch neighboring India's right-wing tilt. News
Pakistan PM Imran Khan Calls on World to Pay Attention to India's "Fascist, Racist Hindu Supremacist Ideology and Leadership"
Indian PM Narendra Modi reportedly rejected the comparison in a Monday phone conversation with US President Donald Trump
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Trump's Ignorance Touches Off a New Crisis in Kashmir
Observers believe that Donald Trump's ham-handedness has provoked Modi—or rather, provided him the opening he was looking for
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