American University in Moscow: Honoring Veterans while Saving the Planet

Every year there are 10 billion tons of carbon in new emissions. Planting 1.2 trillion trees could reverse climate change back at least for twenty years. Many countries might join this effort, but the United States and Russia must lead.

AP: US sanctions Russian officials over nerve-agent attack

The Biden administration sanctioned seven mid-level and senior Russian officials on Tuesday, along with more than a dozen businesses and other entities, over a nearly fatal nerve-agent attackon opposition leader Alexei Navalny and his subsequent jailing.

Virtual Program: Why is America getting a new $100 billion dollar weapon?

A discussion on the new US ICBM nuclear missile, or Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) with Bulletin contributing editor Elisabeth Eaves and Arms Control Association chairman Thomas Countryman. Moderated by The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel.

Daryl G. Kimball: Enough Already: No New ICBMs

President Joe Biden entered office with a deep knowledge of the dangers of nuclear weapons and the arms race. During the campaign, he said the United States “does not need new nuclear weapons” and “will work to maintain a strong, credible deterrent while reducing our reliance and excessive expenditure on nuclear weapons.”

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