Washington’s Latest Cold War Maneuver: Pulling Out of the INF

The Trump administration has decided to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), the most comprehensive disarmament treaty ever negotiated between Washington and Moscow. National Security Adviser John Bolton, a long-time opponent of arms control, reportedly will inform Russian President Vladimir Putin this week that the United States will do so.

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Goodness Gracious, David Ignatius: Why Do You Want More War?

Photograph Source: Ittmust – CC BY 2.0 No one in the mainstream media takes better dictation than David Ignatius, the leading columnist at the Washington Post on international security.  Ignatius gets briefings from the Central Intelligence Agency and immediately prepares a column echoing the CIA’s case for aiding a Ukrainian insurgency in response to any Russian invasion. …

Bill Clinton’s Role in the Crisis Over Ukraine

Originally posed on CounterPunch The militarization of American foreign policy has evolved over the past thirty years. Ironically, this took place in the wake of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, which should have led to reassessing U.S. national security policy and defense spending.  Democratic presidents have played a major role in this militarization because…

Containing the National Security State

Containing the National Security State