Daily Archives: March 28, 2021

2021-03-28: News Headlines

John Laforge (2021-03-28). Accidental Apocalypse and Nuclear War on Drugs. counterpunch.org With existential national security threats from floods, droughts, wildfires, water pollution, sea-level rise, and peak oil,[1] the US Air Force, the Air National Guard and nuclear weapons manufacturers could do crucial defense work in the US heartland by building, installing, managing and expanding renewable (wind and solar) electric power systems — instead of polishing their

Pepe Escobar (2021-03-28). Dangerous Crossroads: US-NATO vs. Russia-China in a "Hybrid War" to the Finish? globalresearch.ca Let's start with comic relief: the "leader of the free world" …

Peter Koenig (2021-03-28). Libya — Why Was Muammar Gaddafi Killed — May We Never Forget. globalresearch.ca This article was originally published on GR in May 2017. | The Text below is the transcript of the interview between Alex Knyazev of Russia TV24 and Peter Koenig. | Questions Russia TV24: What were the reasons Mr. Gaddafi was …

_____ (2021-03-28). End US-UK Nuclear Collusion. popularresistance.org On March 16, the United Kingdom announced (in its Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Foreign Policy and Development titled Global Britain in a Competitive Age) that it will increase the limit on its nuclear arsenal for the first time in decades. Instead of maintaining a cap of 180 warheads (as it had previously stated), the UK will increase its stockpile cap to 260 warheads — a 40% increase. The review also broadens the role of nuclear weapons to include the possible use of nuclear weapons to address emerging technologies (cyber attacks).

Lawrence Wittner (2021-03-28). Opposition to Abolishing Nuclear Weapons—and What Could Help to Overcome It. zcomm.org Given the fact that nuclear war means the virtual annihilation of life on earth, it's remarkable that many people continue to resist building a nuclear weapons-free world. Is the human race suicidal? Before jumping to that conclusion, let's remember that considerably more people favor abolishing nuclear weapons than oppose it. Public opinion surveys—ranging from polls