Trump, who seems to relish saber rattling and antagonizing opponents like the supreme leader of nuclear-armed North Korea, Kim Jong Un, may be pushing us to the brink of nuclear war.
While Parliament honours the anti-nuclear campaign, the Trudeau government refuses to join the effort of more than 120 countries to ban nuclear weapons. Critics wonder why.
It's time for Trump to tone down his rhetoric, stop tweeting and assign genuine diplomats to help achieve a lasting peace on the Korean peninsula.
At present, it is a war of propaganda, of lies and distraction, but this can change instantaneously with the first mistaken order, the first missile.
Jun 12, 2015 to Jun 13, 2015
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What is the background of the ethnic conflict in Ukraine? Can the Ukraine situation lead to a Russia/U.S. confrontation involving nuclear weapons?
Jun 12, 2015
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What is really happening in the Ukraine and what is at stake?
Humanity on the brink. What are people doing about it? None of this is a secret. It's all perfectly open. In fact, you have to make an effort not to see it.
Barack Obama announced the initial $8 billion in loan guarantees for construction of the first new nuclear power plants in the United States in close to three decades.
In the 1940's, future Nobel Peace Prize recipient Joseph Rotblat took a stand against nuclear weapons. Where does the nuclear anti-proliferation movement stand today?