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Where We Stand on August 6 and 9, 2022

“Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants. We know more about war than we know about peace, more about killing than we know about living.”

H. Patricia Hynes ·

Beyond Plastics: How Much Do We Love Life?

The world is being choked by plastic waste from huge items to the smallest micro bits.

Libby Traubman ·

Africa: Western Colonialism vs The Legacy of the Soviet Union

Moscow - along with Beijing - is preparing for a long-term geopolitical confrontation in Africa.

Ramzy Baroud ·

Public Misconceptions about Legal Immigration Undermine Reform

Meaningful immigration reform is unlikely as long as debates myopically focus on undocumented immigration

Timothy S. Rich ·

The New York Times' Slide Toward Mediocrity

'Its most basic mission is to offer the readers what they need to know about this tormented world of ours."

Ralph Nader ·

In a Landslide Victory, Kansas Chose to Trust Women

Kansas voters sent out a clear message: We are not barnyard animals.

Priti Gulati Cox ·

To Turn Back the 'Clock of Doom' Millions of Us Need to Step Forward

ICAN has laid the groundwork for an invigorated movement for nuclear disarmament. But in spite of their extraordinary accomplishments so far, our struggle for nuclear disarmament and a peaceful future has just begun.

Sharleen Leahey ·

Why Isn't the Media Talking About Banning Nuclear Weapons?

Media attention is vital if the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is to become a reality.

Karl Grossman ·

Trump's GOP Embraces Orban's Racist Eugenics

The authoritarian Hungarian leader's rhetoric is familiar to anyone who lived through the Nazi holocaust, but prominent American Republicans have rushed to his defense.

Robert Reich ·

Solving the Hunger Crisis Is the Job of Global Solidarity

Millions of lives are at stake and the world's most vulnerable do not have the luxury of time.

Abdulla Shahid ·

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