Monthly Archives: September 2011

Did 9/11 “change everything”?

Current 9/11 commentaries frequently recall that “everything changed” on that day, but ten years ago the everything-has-changed mantra didn’t so  much describe a new reality as it fed the view that extraordinary times justified extraordinary measures – established values and … Continue reading

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Reviving Rajiv Gandhi’s Action Plan for Nuclear Disarmament

The world is not wanting for well-crafted, well-intentioned, and resolutely ignored blueprints for ridding the planet of nuclear weapons. So it is not at all clear that the re-emergence of yet another detailed formula is any reason to rejoice, but … Continue reading

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