In what’s supposed to be a war against the Taliban, the U.S. military seems to have inadvertently arming the Taliban, through its own incompetence.
How can intentions be said to be good when it’s known that a consequence of an action will cause grave harm or death to innocent bystanders?
Activism against weapons merchant Raytheon in Bristol, UK. Is it just me, or do these Brits have a bit more activist backbone than we Americans these days?
The Homeland in San Diego is on fire. We can stamp out the source of that flame, if we are willing to live in courage instead of the cowardice that flinches behind the greatest arsenal ever created.
The Brighton EDO factory works with American company ITT to provide bombs, tanks, attack helicopters and unmanned drones that have attacked civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan from the skies.
Why is there all the hype about weapons of mass destruction, and no Commission on the Prevention of Conventional Weapons Proliferation and Terrorism? The answer is depressingly simple.
Although the prototypes of pack-hunting robots requested by the military this summer would not have weapons, and would require a human controller, there’s no reason that subsequent iterations of the idea could not be armed and autonomous.
The week of October 4-12, 2008 has been dedicated by the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space to protests against the militarization of space, and a growing list of communities are taking part. The following are places where organizing for demonstrations or
The people in the late 18th century didn’t have sufficient imagination to write a constitutional amendment that would make exceptions for weapons larger than cannons. They didn’t anticipate sarin nerve gas, or nuclear missiles. They couldn’t imagine airplanes being flown, as weapons, into buildings half a mile tall.