Monday, 17 February , 2020

US-USSR

The danger of Nuclear War and the Political Paralysis of Europe,...

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*) Never since the Cuban Missile Crisis has there been such an unstable situation in the global political system, including the system...

America is considering Nuclear War

America had first Contemplated Nuclear War against both China and North Korea in 1950 By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, October 16, 2017 In 1950, Chinese volunteer...

Is a Nuclear War With China Possible?

By Lawrence Wittner NOV. 19, 2011 While nuclear weapons exist, there remains a danger that they will be used. After all, for centuries international conflicts have...

The Case for a Nuclear War

North Korea: The Inevitability of War By Crispin Rovere September 29, 2017 This July I outlined the case for war against North Korea, contingent on the failure...

Stanislav Petrov: the Ignominious End of the Man Who Saved the...

by Linda Pentz Gunter I just returned from the Nuclear-Free Future Awards in Basel, Switzerland, which this year were held in conjunction with a conference...

Comment l’Histoire explique la crise coréenne, par William R. Polk

28-08-2017 Beaucoup d’Américains considèrent tout simplement la Corée du Nord et ses dirigeants comme « cinglés », mais l’Histoire, derrière la crise d’aujourd’hui, révèle une...

Did the US Plan a First Nuclear Strike?

I quickly read the article and was stunned. The central document was a Top Secret/Eyes Only summary memo of a July 1961 National Security Council meeting written by Howard Burris, the military aide to then-Vice President Lyndon Johnson, which was afterward deposited in the Johnson Archives and eventually declassified. The discussion focused on the effectiveness of a planned nuclear first strike, suggesting that 1963 would be the optimal date since America’s relative advantage in intercontinental nuclear missiles would be greatest at that point.