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Contest Winners: “Vietnam: January 28, 1973” | “Free” | “Soil Soul”

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation 2014 Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Contest Winners Vietnam: January 28, 1973 by Sophia Marusic Youth Category (13-18), First Place I cannot tell you anything of guns– other than, in the slick sunrise like a peeled peach, they’ve been muzzled and the crack of black pepper bullets has stuttered to a […]

Devreaux Baker: In the Year of the Drone

By Devreaux Baker   Nuclear Age Peace Foundation   October 15, 2014 Hurry, you have to tell them. A girl is walking down the street hand in hand with her mother coming or going to a wedding or a birth. There is the sound of celebration in the air, the smell of spice on their hair and […]

Noam Chomsky | Security and State Power

Joint National Security Council meeting, May 25, 2011. (Photo: The Prime Minister’s Office / Flickr) This article, the first of two parts, is adapted from a lecture by Noam Chomsky on Feb. 28 sponsored by the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation in Santa Barbara, Calif. By Noam Chomsky, Truthout.org | Op-Ed  03 March 2014 A leading principle of international relations […]

Nukes Are Nuts

Nuclear weapons are justified by their possessors for nuclear deterrence, but nuclear deterrence is only a hypothesis about human behavior.  By David Krieger  Saturday, 03 August 2013  Truthout | Opinion (Photo: US Government / Flickr) When asked by a reporter why nuclear weapons are useless, Colin Powell, former US secretary of state and four-star general said: “Because they’re such horrible […]