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.
The treasures of Syria’s history are under attack from the military, rebels, and looters.
Despite being on the national security radar for 32 years, Ploughshares was still able to pull off a recent dazzling action.
Does it mean protecting nuclear plants or using nuclear weapons for national security?
Puzzling over the enduring enigma of the American public.
It’s as if there’s a zero sum relationship between the accuracy of targeting and those targeted.
As usual, Al Qaeda makes a mockery of Islam.
Iran Parliament plays to cheap seats by calling for Strait to be blocked in response to sanctions.
States acquire WMD both for national security and to ensure that the ruling regime survives.
Returning from war without psychological trauma is not necessarily good for veterans.
Victims of the devastating coastal Black Sea flooding are quick to blame the authorities.
Drone operators aren’t seeing their targets in real time.
Silence on the part of veterans is often a symptom of “moral injury.”
The United States and the IAEA are grasping at straws to prove Iran is developing nuclear weapons.
As with his 9/11 trial, his testimony is tainted by torture.
Like Soviet Russia, Syria also has chemical weapons and suspected biological weapons programs.
Actually, it’s those who use the Holocaust to their own ends that they oppose.
What would U.S. policy toward Iran look like if free of pressure from Israel and its supporters?