AJ+ Mar 18, 2023
Millions of people knew invading Iraq was wrong. Twenty years on, they’ve been proven right, time and time again. The Bush administration never found weapons of mass destruction, and their dream of building a U.S.-friendly government in Iraq blew up in their faces — all while the Iraqi people endured decades of violence and societal collapse. So did anyone benefit from the war? And how did the invasion change the world?
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Then consider the current implications of the weaponry used by the Americans in several wars ever since President Herbert Walker Bush’s “Desert Storm:”
Putin warns UK over depleted uranium weapons – BBC News
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World one misstep from ‘nuclear annihilation’, says UN chief
Guardian News Aug 1, 2022 NEW YORK
The United Nations secretary-general, António Guterres, has said that a small misunderstanding could cause the nuclear annihilation of humanity.
His words came as the US, Britain and France urged Russia to stop ‘its dangerous nuclear rhetoric and behaviour’. Guterres was speaking at the opening of a key Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty conference in New York.
He warned that the world faced ‘a nuclear danger not seen since the height of the cold war’ World ‘one miscalculation away from nuclear annihilation’, UN chief says ►
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