Political Science - International Relations - Arms Control

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Breaking the Stalemate: The Case for ...

Cheryl Benard

U.S. policy towards Iran since the 1979 revolution has swung pendulum-like between engagement via negotiation and dialogue, and an approach marked by stronger sanctions and threats of military force. The overall picture is that of osc...

Published: Mar 2015

A Narco History: How the United State...

Carmen Boullosa

The term “Mexican Drug War” misleads. It implies that the ongoing bloodbath, which has now killed well over 100,000 people, is an internal Mexican affair.But this diverts attention from the U.S. role in creating and sustaining the ...

Published: Nov 2016

Indefensible: Seven Myths That Sustai...

Paul Holden

Although there is often opposition to individual wars, most people continue to believe that the arms industry is necessary in some form: to safeguard our security, provide jobs and stimulate the economy. Not only conservatives, but ma...

Published: Feb 2017
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