Black People : New U.S. nuclear strategy: a warmed-over "novelty"

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  1. Seneb

    Seneb Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    by Manlio Dinucci*, Tommaso di Francesco

    Washington has just published its new nuclear doctrine as well as signed the new treaty on arms control with Russia in the midst of a big media fanfare. And yet, upon closer scrutiny, the position of the Obama administration does not mark any real shift from that of its predecessors. It simply attunes the policy of the Bush administration to today’s reality. Even worse, it dodges the two main questions: Will the anti-missile shield reactivate the arms race? Will nuclear weapons be replaced by strategic arms which will prove even more destabilizing?


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    The efforts should be applauded , but serious note should be tacken regarding mutual plutocratic weapons technology or so called non lethal weapons that can cause mental and physical harm to thousands,
    doesticly as well as abroad

    Like in the Michael Moore movie Farenheight 9/11, the new enemy will become the citizenry of nations,
    while,
    as the global economy declines, governments seek to secure funds for their benefactors as the masses slip into abject poverty
     
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    Netanyahu Cancels Trip to U.S. Nuclear Summit
    By ETHAN BRONNER and ISABEL KERSHNER
    Published: April 8, 2010

    JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has canceled his plans to attend the Nuclear Security summit meeting in Washington next week and will send a minister in his place, Israeli and American government officials said Thursday

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/09/world/middleeast/09mideast.html
     
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