Month: May 2006

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Conventional SLBMs

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On May 28, 2006
Finally, a Pentagon idea I can get behind: The Pentagon plan calls for deploying a nonnuclear version of the submarine-launched Trident II missile that could be used to attack terrorist camps, enemy missile sites, suspected caches of biological, chemical or nuclear weapons and other potentially urgent threats, military officials say. If fielded, it would be […]

Hillman Award revoked

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On May 28, 2006

From the Chronicle of Higher Education, vis TaxProfBlog: Two Yale University professors, Ian Shapiro and Michael J. Graetz, expected to receive a 2006 Sidney Hillman Award on Tuesday at a ceremony in

Clean War

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On May 27, 2006

Greenwald on Haditha: It is certainly true, as many pro-war advocates today have noted, that incidents of this type are inevitable in every war. And it is also true that the mere existence of incident

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