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Kyl Gone Wild

by William D. Hartung

Talking Points Memo, June 2011 | Article

Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) is a long-time opponent of efforts to reduce global nuclear arsenals. Kyl has rarely met a... Read More »

The Cost of War Hit Home Politically

by William D. Hartung

The Huffington Post, June 2011 | Article

The Independent Institute has released a timely report on the costs of war in Afghanistan, Iraq and beyond ... Read More »

Time to Rein in Mideast Arms Trade

by William D. Hartung

The Hill, June 2011 | Article

President Obama’s evolving policy towards the rapid changes in the Middle East and North Africa has one glaring ... Read More »

Strangelove Strikes Again

by William D. Hartung

The Huffington Post, May 2011 | Article

One of the messages of Stanley Kubrick's anti-nuclear classic Dr. Strangelove is that policy makers can become ... Read More »

Gates' Swan Song: Rhetoric Vs. Reality

by William D. Hartung

TPMCAFE, May 2011 | Article

Gates, who often talks a good game when it comes to disciplining defense spending, overstated his accomplishments in this realm while understating what needs to be done to get runaway military spending under control... Read More »

Hawks Fighting the Wrong War on China

by William D. Hartung

The Huffington Post, May 2011 | Article

This week's U.S. visit by People's Liberation Army Chief of General Staff Chen Bingde has sparked an outpouring ... Read More »

Tortured Logic, Continued

by William D. Hartung

The Huffington Post, May 2011 | Article

The Obama administration got Osama bin Laden through a combination of persistent intelligence gathering, extensive ... Read More »

Funding Nuclear Security: Finding the Money

by William D. Hartung

Talking Points Memo Cafe, April 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, April 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, April 2011 | Article

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

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