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Funding Nuclear Security: Finding the Money

by William D. Hartung

Talking Points Memo Cafe, Apr-14-2011 | Article

A year ago this week, the Obama administration brought together 47 world leaders in Washington - the largest ... Read More »

Obama's Budget Plan: A Scorecard

by William D. Hartung

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/15/opinion/l15obama.html?_r=1, Apr-14-2011 | Letter

Your article about President Obama’s 12-year deficit reduction plan says that it will cut military spending by $400 bil... Read More »

The Libyan intervention has started a dialogue about military spending - Now let's look at the more expensive, never-ending Afghanistan war

by William D. Hartung

AlterNet, Apr-07-2011 | Article

Congress, the media, and the public are rightly asking whether America should be spending $1 billion or ... Read More »

A Heritage of Exaggeration

by William D. Hartung

Talking Points Memo Cafe, Apr-06-2011 | Article

To paraphrase Ronald Reagan, there they go again. Even as the key players in the budget debate, from Pres... Read More »

America's Costliest War

by William D. Hartung

The Huffington Post, Apr-05-2011 | Article

Congress, the media, and the public are rightly asking whether America should be spending $1 billion or more... Read More »

Memorial to Purposelessness

by Matthew Hoh

The Huffington Post, Feb-16-2011 | Article

This week marks the one-year anniversary of the US military offensive into Marjah in Helmand Province in southern... Read More »

Letter from A Serviceman in Afghanistan

by Matthew Hoh

The Huffington Post, Jan-12-2011 | Article

The below is an email I received last week from a friend of mine in the Army on his second combat deployment to Afghanistan. In addition to his two Afghan deployments, he has fought for our country in both Iraq wars. ... Read More »

In 2011 Remember the Wounded

by Matthew Hoh

The Huffington Post, Jan-06-2011 | Article

While the numbers of Americans killed in service in Afghanistan are often reported, the numbers of the wounded are under-reported ... Read More »

Pakistan Divides U.S. and India

by Selig S. Harrison

Los Angeles Times, Nov-08-2010 | Article

"Obama Mission: Billions to Pakistan, Billions From India" — This screaming headline in the Times of India ahead of President Obama's visit to New Delhi explains why a quiet crisis is developing in what seems, on the surface, to be an increasingly promising relationship between the world's two largest democracies.... Read More »

Barack hasn't Banned the Bomb

by Selig S. Harrison

Le Monde Diplomatique, Apr-06-2010 | Article

Although the Nobel peace prize committee believed Barack Obama is passionately committed to nuclear downsizing, if not disarmament, the US president may be no more successful in controlling the hawks than he was with the banks and, for a long time, the health insurers... Read More »

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