Journalist Reese Erlich was awarded a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting for his Iran coverage. He knows what he's talking about.
Prospects for decent long-term survival are not high unless there is a significant change of course. A large share of the responsibility is in our hands -- the opportunities as well.
Arguing the lasting benefits of slavery and genocide would get most people shunned from polite society, but the atomic attacks are rarely discussed without first acknowledging their overall benefits.
“Taking our nuclear weapons off of hair-trigger alert, separating the warheads from their delivery systems, initiating negotiations for the elimination of nuclear weapons globally, initiating talks on a Middle East zone free of weapons of mass destruction. ... But even the current deployed nuclear weapons, we could go down to...
It is an expression of dismay that world leaders continue to fail to focus their efforts and the world's attention on reducing the extreme danger posed by nuclear weapons and climate change.
The fate of our Earth and putting threats into perspective for 2016.
The U.S. alone is preparing to spend a trillion dollars to upgrade and expand the death-dealing power of nuclear weaponry. This is unconscionable.
70 Years After Dropping Two Nuclear Bombs (Or How Patriotism Means Never Having To Say You’re Sorry)
Here we are, 70 years after the nuclear obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and I'm wondering if we've come even one step closer to a moral reckoning with our status as the world's only country to use atomic weapons to slaughter human beings.