Russ Wellen holds down the “Nukes and Other WMD’s” desk at the Faster Times, and writes “The Deproliferator” for Scholars & Rogues and other blogs. He is an advisor to the Madrona Institute and co-moderates Terralist.
What ostensibly won the war for the United States sowed seeds for future discord.
Targeting missile defense for elimination can come back to haunt disarmament advocates.
Why is the U.S. Army reluctant to discuss genitourinary injuries?
After all, Pfc. Manning has already harmed himself with his irony.
He’s seems to be suffering trickle-down effects from Abu Ghraib and Guanatamo.
Tunisian students are energized by the prospect of participating in government.
A dirty bomb bears no resemblance whatsoever to a sex bomb.
The Times’s Broad and Sanger, along with ISIS’s Albright, stoke the fires of Iran alarmism anew.
The corporate media is only too happy to perpetuate myths about U.S.-China relations.
A humble political scientist created the world’s most widely used strategies for toppling authoritarian regimes.
Despite Burma’s ruling junta’s history of brutality, a dissident leader calls out his people.
The Raymond Davis case is a magnet for conspiracy theories.
Israel is conflicted about attacking Iran. Iran is undecided about developing nuclear weapons.
Will al-Qaeda somehow find a way to turn the Middle-East protests to its advantage?
Washington calls Israeli settlements illegitimate, if not illegal.
Should the United States keep its distance from developments in Egypt?
Nuclear weapons are tailor-made for evangelicals who believe in the Rapture.
There were forerunners to Curveball in greasing the skids to war with Iraq.