Carol Cohn recounts the often sexually-charged, firmly patriarchal idiolect of the defense intellectuals she spent time with during a year of fieldwork.
Author: Emma Claire Foley
The pair of days separating the anniversaries of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are as good a time as any.
After nearly seven decades with no formal end to the Korean War, it’s easy to wonder: why now?
Tell your Senators to say no.
In an era of nuclear uncertainty, it is state governments that will bear the burden of managing the aftermath of a hypothetical nuclear attack. This means that states can and should play a major role in the conversation around limiting Presidential nuclear strike authority and reducing the United States’ nuclear arsenal.