All Articles on Depleted Uranium

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Nuclear Weapons Ruined My Life, and I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way
As someone deeply embedded in a life of anti-nuclear resistance, I know the only way to get rid of these weapons is to never stop thinking about them
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The Green New Deal resonates with awareness and awakened conscience, with transcendent vision and, hallelujah, youthful determination. (Photo: Archive / History Channel) Views
A Green Future Is One Without War
Our near-trillion-dollar military budget, and the endless and needless wars it funds—not to mention the ongoing development of our nuclear arsenal—can’t be quietly, politely ignored as we envision a sane tomorrow
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“Humanity remains trapped in a cage sometimes called ‘the war system,’ which has the semblance of a permanent lockup.”(Shutterstock) Views
A Loose Cannon for Peace?
What is the value of Trump’s decision to start shrinking U.S. involvement in several war-ravaged sectors of the Middle East?
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U.S President George H.W. Bush and staff brief the press in the Rose Garden at the White House about the visit of Cheney and Powell who had just returned from the Middle East prior to commencement of Desert Storm, the 1991 ground war with Iraq, February 11, 1991 in Washington, DC. News
'May His Many Victims Across the Globe Rest in Peace': George H.W. Bush Dead at 94
Social media users point out aspects of the 41st president's legacy that aren't making it into corporate media coverage
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Breaking Through the Normalcy of Los Alamos on Hiroshima Day
The normalcy of Los Alamos is so inhumanly, grotesquely, demonically abnormal as to seem perfectly reasonable
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Is Climate the Worst Casualty of War?
The money misspent on the Iraq War—a war for oil, let’s not forget— could have purchased the planetary conversion to renewable energy. Just sit with that a moment.
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Conservative estimates state that since 2001, U.S. interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan have displaced 10 million people. (Photo: Getty Images) Views
From Wall Street to the Vatican; The Pope’s Chat With Larry Fink
Considering the countless conflicts that have raged across the world and the continued threat of climate change, it’s well past time to hold institutions accountable for profiting on the backs of global destruction.
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Media Support US Violence Against Syria, But Long for More
Corporate news outlets seemed genuinely upset that more U.S. violence was not forthcoming
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Robert Fisk’s Douma Report Rips Away Excuses for Air Strike on Syria
This report shows that there is a highly credible alternative explanation for what happened in Douma – one that needs to be investigated.
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Iraq, 15 Years On: A Toxic US Legacy
Fifteen years ago this month, the United States spearheaded a fantastically bloody war on Iraq as part of its ongoing effort to ensure the Iraqi nation's perpetual misery.
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