One frequent question I get asked is how the state sponsorship of popular culture (especially movies and TV) works in...
In November 1983 ABC aired The Day After – a one-off TV movie depicting a nuclear war between NATO and...
The military last Monday fired a first-ever “salvo” of two missiles from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to destroy an intercontinental ballistic missile launched from the Ronald Reagan Test Site on Kwajelein atoll 4,000 miles away in the Pacific Ocean.
Long before Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and Wikileaks, there was Daniel Ellsberg. Forty-six years after the release of the Pentagon Papers, he is once again front and center in the issues we are talking about. Ken Burns controversially chose not to include Ellsberg in his look back at Vietnam. Steven Spielberg has made the Pentagon Papers the ultimate macguffin of his new film The Post, with Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep.But Ellsberg, when he left Rand Corporation in 1971, took with him more than the Pentagon Papers.
We Are Change KIM Jong-Un has placed North Korea on the “brink of war” as a high-profile defector urged US President Donald Trump to assassinate the despot North Korean leader before he fires his nuclear weapons at America and the UK.
To claim that war is the formula for prosperity and unity is to pledge allegiance to the four horsemen of the apocalypse. The accusers