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Global Conflicts & Militarization

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New Orleans Envies Iraq

And be those juggling fiends no more believe’d,
That palter with us in a double sense;
That keep the word of promise to our ear
And break it to our hope.
— Shakespeare, Macbeth

Speech to the Organization of American States

It is a great honor to celebrate with you the 40th anniversary year of the Treaty of Tlatelolco, officially called the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean.  This Treaty was a great achievement, and has served your region well.

World Water Day: Thirstier World Likely to See More Violence

A strong link between droughts and violent civil conflicts in the developing world bodes ill for an increasingly thirsty world, say scientists, who warn that drought-related conflicts are expected to multiply with advancing climate change.

The Trillion-Dollar Defense Budget Is Already Here

When President George W. Bush presented his budget proposals recently for the fiscal year 2008, he emphasized that the nation’s security is his highest priority, and he backed up that declaration by proposing that the Pentagon’s outlays be increased by more than 6 percent beyond its estimated outlays for fiscal 2007, to a total of more than $583 billion. Although many Americans regard this enormous sum as excessive, hardly anyone appreciates that the total amount of all defense-related spending greatly exceeds the amount budgeted for the Department of Defense. Indeed, it is roughly almost twice as large.

Missile Madness

Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks
— A Tone Poem by Richard Strauss

Give Department of Peace a Chance

In a world torn by conflict, I can't think of a better time, or a greater need, for America to act as a force for good at home and around the world.

Putin and the Geopolitics of the New Cold War:

Or, what happens when Cowboys don’t shoot straight like they used to…

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