Last week, Donald Trump asked his senior advisers for options to bomb Iran’s primary nuclear energy site.
It is an indication that the U.S. war industry has flourished regardless of who occupies the White House.
Arms control experts see distinct differences in Trump and Biden’s orientations toward nuclear weapons.
The Trump administration’s efforts have yet to provoke open warfare with Iran.
One official recounted how some were cautious with Trump “because any options you put out there, he could use them.”
The new strategic partnership between Iran and China is the result of Trump’s punishing sanctions against Iran.
Suleimani’s January killing by a U.S. drone strike was condemned at the time as a violation of international law.
Sun Tzu said, “If you wait by the river long enough, the bodies of your enemies will float by.” I’m still waiting.
Two reports highlight the soaring cost of nuclear weapons and the dangers of U.S. nuclear policy under Trump.
There is a covert U.S. strategy in which humanitarian aid is weaponized not by withholding it, but by providing it.