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Russia Invited New US Administration to Proclaim Inadmissibility of Nuclear War - Lavrov

Urdu Point 24 Feb 2021
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 24th February, 2021) Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Wednesday that he had proposed, in his recent phone conversation with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, that Russia and the United States make a statement on inadmissibility of a nuclear war.
photo: US DoD / Lisa Ferdinando
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris meet with Lloyd J. Austin III and Army Gen. Mark A. Milley at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., Feb. 10, 2021

What Planet Is NATO Living On?

Dissident Voice 24 Feb 2021
In 1999, NATO launched a war without UN approval to separate Kosovo from Serbia ... Michael Klare concludes that NATO 2030 “commits all alliance members to a costly, all-consuming military competition with Russia and China that will expose them to an ever-increasing risk of nuclear war.” ... war with Russia or China and want to remain neutral.

Leaders of today could learn much from Gorbachev’s philosophy on security

Irish Independent 24 Feb 2021
As Soviet president, he reversed generations of perilous military buildup and democratised the Soviet Union to help put an end to the Cold War ... Due in large part to his leadership, by 2015, 85pc of the US and Russian nuclear arsenals had been decommissioned from their Cold War-era heights.

House Democrats Want Biden to Give up Sole Authority to Launch Nuclear Weapons

The Epoch Times 24 Feb 2021
Several-dozen House Democrats signed a letter asking President Joe Biden to give up his sole authority to launch nuclear weapons and "consider modifying" the command and control of the U.S. nuclear forces.

Dozens of Democratic lawmakers ask Joe Biden to give up president's sole authority to launch ...

The Daily Mail 24 Feb 2021
Nearly three dozen Democratic lawmakers have signed on to a letter that asks President Joe Biden to give up his sole authority to launch a nuclear strike ... 'Past presidents have threatened to attack other countries with nuclear weapons or exhibited behavior that caused other officials to express concern about the president's judgment.'.

Broken Arrow

Bitchute 24 Feb 2021
... war era procedures for nuclear weapons mishaps.

North Korea’s Kim calls for tougher discipline in his military: KCNA

Metro USA 24 Feb 2021
... his ruling Workers’ Party to implement new policy goals for the next five years that were disclosed in a rare congress last month, including the ramping up of military power and greater nuclear war deterrence.

America Is Not 'Back.' And Americans Should Not Want It to Be.

Democratic Underground 24 Feb 2021
In that regard, Mr ... Mr ... He has taken steps toward re-entering the nuclear agreement with Iran, essential for avoiding future wars ... Unless Mr ... Mr ... Obama explained, would have “stained the conscience of the world.” The intervention ultimately lengthened Libya’s civil war and led to the destruction of the regime, unleashing chaos, terrorism and slavery.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, literary citadel of San Francisco, dies at 101

Union Leader 24 Feb 2021
He arrived in California in 1951 as a World War II veteran and a beret-sporting graduate of the Sorbonne ... “I consider ‘Howl’ to be the most significant single long poem published in this country since World War II,” he wrote ... The scenes he witnessed were the root of his lifelong opposition to war and nuclear weapons.

Fallout 4: Everything You Need To Know About Vault 114

Game Rant 24 Feb 2021
Vaults play a significant role in the Fallout universe ... RELATED. Fallout 4 ... As a side note, holotapes detailing the overseer hiring process from before the war can be found in the office.1 The Vault Is Mentioned In The Prologue ... During the prologue sequence, when the world was still untouched by nuclear war, a television is playing in the background.

With bombers and boats, US-Russian competition heats up in the frozen Arctic

The National 24 Feb 2021
The recent deployments of US and Russian heavy and nuclear-capable bombers over the Norwegian Sea are renewing fears of a cold-war era style arms race in the Arctic waters ... Two weeks ago, Russia flew Tu-160 nuclear-capable bombers over the Barents, Greenland and Norwegian seas ... He warned that current Russian activity was approaching Cold War levels.

How will the pandemic affect our children in the long term?

The Irish Times 24 Feb 2021
Except that maybe it won’t ... Zoolander ... It would never happen! ... ... Will they be okay? Was the world we grew up in perfect? Did our parents worry about us? Did they fret about the ozone layer, Sellafield, recession, violent video games, mad cow disease, the threat of nuclear war? Did they wonder if all that anxiety would damage us in the long term? ... .

Earth's existential threats: Inequality, pandemics and climate change demand global leadership

Phys Dot Org 24 Feb 2021
Asked in 2003, the UK's astronomer royal, Martin Rees, gave our present society 50/50 odds of lasting until the end of the century ... The planet is warming, a pandemic runs wild, the threat of nuclear war still hangs overhead and emerging technologies are allowing for the development of new weapons of mass destruction ... Threat and inequality ... Citation.