The Soviets became weaker, and weaker, because they accepted Reagan’s idea, and presumed that the United States would attack unless the Soviet Union appeared to be strong. Saddam Hussein made the same mistake, creating a show of dangerous military power in the thought that such a display would protect him from attack.
The missile defense program was pleasing for Americans with minds stuck back in the 20th century’s Cold War, allowing them to persist in their hope for Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars defense system fantasy
Bruce Gagnon of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space wrote Friday about political demonstrations in South Korea. Not waiting for Barack Obama to take office as President, these demonstrations (“protests” would be too strong a word) have taken on the simple