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Can We Count on Missile Defense? Craig Eisendrath , Gerald E. Marsh , Melvin A. Goodman
Category: Worldview Published: September 2001
"Although the threat to the U.S. should not be ignored, it does not justify the rush to deployment of national missile defense systems."
History Is Our Responsibility Craig Eisendrath
Category: American Thought Published: May 2004
"If mankind is to avoid destructive wars, or achieve modes of life enhancing the human experience, we must work to realize these goals."
Making Democracy Work Craig Eisendrath , Miles Orvell
Category: American Thought Published: September 2005
In this age of apathy, archaic voting laws, and widespread disenfranchisement, can our Republic ever function as envisioned 225 years ago by the Founding Fathers?
Reforming U.S. Intelligence After the Terrorist Attack Craig R. Eisendrath , Melvin A. Goodman
Category: National Affairs Published: November 2001
". . . The President and Congress must radically increase their surveillance of intelligence if America is to have a system that is both effective and reflective of democratic values."
Shoot First, Talk Later: How the U.S. has Abandoned Diplomacy Craig R. Eisendrath , Melvin A. Goodman
Category: Worldview Published: July 2004
With the fall of the Soviet Union, the U.S. had the opportunity to lead the world toward greater cooperation through diplomacy, int'l organization, and int'l law. Instead, the world is drifting toward military anarchy while democracy erodes at home.
Suing the President Craig Eisendrath
Category: National Affairs Published: May 2003
Members of Congress are endeavoring to prevent Pres. Bush from abrogating treaties without Congressional consent.
U.S. Foreign Policy After September 11 Craig Eisendrath
Category: National Affairs Published: May 2002
The Bush Administration has willfully wrecked int'l negotiations looking to control bacteriological weapons, backed off from agreements restricting small arms & land mines, refused adherence to the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, & abrogated the ABM Treaty
Waging War in the Heavens Craig Eisendrath
Category: National Affairs Published: November 2006
Profit and power go hand in hand as the U.S. gears up to spread its military influence to yet another vast region--outer space.
Why Is the U.S. Weaponizing Outer Space? Craig Eisendrath
Category: The World Today Published: January 2007
Using the Rumsfeld Commission Report as its blueprint, America appears determined to load up the heavens with a technologically advanced--an prohibitively expensive--arsenal, much to the chagrin of enemies and allies alike.