Federation of American Scientists: Pentagon Sees Increased Potential for Nuclear Conflict

“Despite concerted US efforts to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in international affairs and to negotiate reductions in the number of nuclear weapons, since 2010 no potential adversary has reduced either the role of nuclear weapons in its national security strategy or the number of nuclear weapons it fields. Rather, they have moved decidedly in the opposite direction,” the Department of Defense documentsaid.

VIDEO: Daniel Ellsberg: The Most Dangerous Man In America Receives Defender of Liberty Award

In his ground-breaking 2017 book “The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear Planner”, Ellsberg discloses the omnipresent harrowing danger of regional U.S. commanders given authority to use nuclear weapons offensively. That makes every day another potential Cuban Missile Crisis or worse. Ellsberg exposes the delusional mentality that the credibility of the American nuclear umbrella justifies risking nuclear winter and exterminating the species. General Thomas Power, commander of nuclear forces from 1957-1963, bugled: “If at the end of the [nuclear] war, there are [but] two Americans alive and one Russian, we win.”

Kelley Beaucar Vlahos: Classified docs reveal UK plan to provoke Russia in Black Sea

The docs reveal that the Brits knew very well that the Russians would respond aggressively (and they did, the extent to which is in dispute) when they sailed the HMS Defender 12 miles off the coast of Crimea in the Black Sea this week, they did it deliberately  –  a case that British officials have been acknowledging in the last few days.

Open Letter: Independent American and Russian Women Speak Out On Eve of Biden-Putin Summit

CREATING LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL

We are concerned women from the United States and Russia who are looking to the upcoming summit between Presidents Biden and Putin to offer a ray of light on issues of national and human security. We are grounded in the world as it is, yet aspire to live in a world where peace is the norm and is considered a freedom, even a right.

Announcement: A joint panel of the Quincy Institute and ACURA will discuss the Geneva Summit

The panel will feature former California Governor Jerry Brown; Katrina vanden Heuvel, editorial director and publisher of The Nation; and Joseph Cirincione, Distinguished Non-Resident Fellow at the Quincy Institute. Anatol Lieven, QI’s senior research fellow on Russia and Europe and ACURA Board Member, will moderate. The discussion will take place on Thursday, June 17, at 1 pm ET.

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