weapons of mass destruction

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WMD attack likely by 2013

It's likely that a weapon of mass destruction will be used somewhere in the world in the next five years. That's the takeaway from a new report released by the Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism.

Conflict & Justice

How wars end part I: Iraq

In the spring of 2003, for a brief moment, many Americans bought the idea, that the Iraq war was over. But why didn't the war end with the fall of Baghdad? And why were we programmed to think it might?

Global Politics

Poland gets a visit from an angry Russian diplomat

Russian foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, is expected to express Moscow's anger at the agreement by Poland to host part of the planned American missile defense system in Eastern Europe during a visit to Poland. The Russian military has warned that the installation could become a target for a nuclear strike.

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Conflict & Justice

How wars end part I: Iraq

In the spring of 2003, for a brief moment, many Americans bought the idea, that the Iraq war was over. But why didn't the war end with the fall of Baghdad? And why were we programmed to think it might?

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