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U.N. Panel Releases Draft of Treaty to Ban Nuclear Arms

A United Nations disarmament panel presented the first draft on Monday of a proposed global treaty to ban nuclear weapons, which advocates called an important step that could hasten completion of a final text by early … Read More

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Trump Puts Power in the Hands of Polluters

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International Defense Budgets As Reported by the ECONOMIST–The U.S. still spends more than all these other countries put together

 

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Friday, March 24, 2017: Charlie King In Concert

Tegeler Hall, St Louis University Campus, 3550 Lindell Blvd (Between Grand and Compton)

Annual Concert And Silent Auction

Doors Open at 6:30 p.m.  Concert Begins at 7:30 p.m.

Opening: Astha A Cappella–St. Louis University Indian Fusion A Cappella

This year’s Charlie King concert is … Read More

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Happy New Year

Peace Economy Project Members and Friends:
Happy New Year! A new year, new congress and a new president; yet most of same old issues are still here that concern our group. As President Trump takes office there is no shortage … Read More

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Setting Nuclear Policy by Tweet?

This letter to the editor was originally published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Jan. 1, 2017.

Is Donald Trump clever like a fox? Or does he have no idea what he is doing? People around the world are entertained, … Read More

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Other Recent Trends and Indicators Besides the 2016 Election

While the election has dominated the news, life has gone on. Here are some news stories you may have missed. Some of it is good news, but as you would expect, much of it is troubling.

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More Examples of Prevarication, Waste, and Inefficiency

By Charles Kindleberger
PEP Board Member

This article was originally published in the 2016 edition of the Peace Economy News, the annual newsletter of the Peace Economy Project.

Missile Defense – What is the Truth?

The Ground-Based Midcourse Defense System (GMS) exists to … Read More

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Do Not Lose Sight of the Nuclear War Threat: Tools for Resistance

By Mary Ann McGivern
PEP Board Member

This article was originally published in Global Sisters Report, a project of the National Catholic Reporter, on April 19, 2016. Republished with author’s and publication’s permission. To view the original article and a full list … Read More

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An Escalating Arms Race: Is A New Cold War Inevitable?

Over the last year or so, it has seemed increasingly so. Consider the evidence:

NATO has agreed to have combat brigades rotate through eastern European countries that formerly were under the domain of the Soviet Union. This follows the announcement of … Read More

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