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The Economic War on Iran Needs To End

Antiwar 23 Jun 2021
At the same time, the economic war has succeeded only in driving the Iranian government to reduce its compliance with the nuclear deal ... The main reason to work on keeping Iran’s nuclear program peaceful is to deprive hawks of a pretext for starting a new war, which is what the current nuclear deal did and will continue to do while it survives.
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US bases in Europe vulnerable to low-yield Russian nuclear weapons, report says

Stars and Stripes 23 Jun 2021
“Although the overall military power of the United States and the NATO alliance vastly outstrips that of Russia, a regional conflict close to Russia’s borders would pose enormous challenges and could result in defeat for the West,” according to the study by the nonpartisan Rand Corp., which examined the nuclear implications of a war with Russia.
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Joseph Biden, a Champion of Human Rights?

GlobalResearch 23 Jun 2021
Should we, therefore, feel a little reassured in a situation where Europe is at the forefront of what NATO called “the lowest point in our relationship with Russia since the end of the Cold War”? The facts tell us otherwise ... The geographic location of the military forces, especially nuclear ones, is of primary importance.
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Facts you may not have known

The Grand Island Independent 23 Jun 2021
— What weapon could’ve helped win the Revolutionary War sooner? The bow and arrow ... — What weapon could’ve won the Civil War in a 1 1/2 years? The Spencer rifle ... Then he ordered his secretary of war to order thousands of Spencer rifles, but the secretary of war didn’t because the Spencer rifle cost $29 and the musket only $17.
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Carl P. Leubsdorf: The most significant result of Biden-Putin meeting

Finger Lakes Times 23 Jun 2021
maintaining enough stability and predictability to prevent their differences from sparking a nuclear war ...Today, we reaffirm the principle that a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought,” the two leaders declared, vowing to join in “an integrated bilateral Strategic ...
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Iran foils ‘act of sabotage’ against atomic organization building

Press TV 23 Jun 2021
Back in April, Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility was hit by an act of sabotage, which Iran called “nuclear terrorism” and a “war crime.” The attack, blamed on Israel, targeted the electricity distribution network of the enrichment facility and caused a blackout.
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The last thing this century needs

Korea Times 23 Jun 2021
The United States and China are entering into a cold war similar to the one between the U.S ... But on closer examination, the Cold War comparison is misleading ... At the same time, the dawn of the nuclear age had fundamentally disrupted power politics by making any future war for global hegemony impossible without self-annihilation.
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OTHERS SAY: Biden administration's first priority should be to corral Iran's nuclear program

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 23 Jun 2021
The pressure is on for European negotiators and, particularly, the Biden administration to reach a deal that restarts the Iran nuclear agreement scuttled unilaterally by former President Donald Trump ... Failure to resolve the nuclear issue diplomatically could lead to yet another Middle East war of catastrophic dimensions.
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Biden’s Disappointing European Debut

Yated Ne'eman 23 Jun 2021
At least both Putin and Biden now publicly agree that relations between the US and Russia have deteriorated to their lowest point since the darkest days of the Cold War, when Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev almost started a nuclear war by secretly installing Russian missiles in Cuba, only 90 miles from the southern coast of Florida.
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Editorial: Biden administration's first priority must be to corral Iran's nuclear program

Tyler Morning Telegraph 23 Jun 2021
The pressure is on for European negotiators and, particularly, the Biden administration to reach a deal that restarts the Iran nuclear agreement scuttled unilaterally by former President Donald Trump ... Failure to resolve the nuclear issue diplomatically could lead to yet another Middle East war of catastrophic dimensions.
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Biden must confront Iran

Hawaii Tribune-Herald 23 Jun 2021
The pressure is on for European negotiators and, particularly, the Biden administration to reach a deal that restarts the Iran nuclear agreement scuttled unilaterally by former President Donald Trump ... Failure to resolve the nuclear issue diplomatically could lead to yet another Middle East war of catastrophic dimensions.
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Biggest danger to Biden from Trump, not China: Kishore Mahbubani

People Daily 23 Jun 2021
He has kept up the trade war, leaving tariffs and sanctions in place ... In a nuclear war between two nuclear powers, you don't have a winner and a loser ... So both China and the United States would lose several cities in a nuclear war ... This is also why other countries will not get involved in a nuclear war between China and the United States.
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Victims of bloody Battle of Okinawa remembered on 76th anniversary

Japan Times 23 Jun 2021
Okinawa Gov. Denny Tamaki used to occasion to vow to make efforts toward the abolition of nuclear weapons, the renunciation of war and lasting peace ... .
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Antarctic nearing climate disaster despite treaty

One India 23 Jun 2021
When the Antarctic Treaty came into effect 60 years ago, its signatories had little idea how successful it would be. World leaders agreed to leave an uninhabited continent twice the size of Australia free from war, weapons and nuclear waste. They ... .
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