Hiroshima: Our Survival at Stake

By Kathy Kelly For many, the seventy-fifth anniversary of the atomic attack on Hiroshima, August 6, was a day for quiet introspection. I recall a summer morning following the U.S. 2003 “Shock and Awe” invasion of […]

Death, Misery and Bloodshed in Yemen

By Kathy Kelly Writing about his visit to the world’s largest weapons bazaar, held in London during October, Arron Merat describes reading this slogan emblazoned above Raytheon’s stall: “Strike with Creativity.” Raytheon manufactures Paveway laser-guided bombs, fragments […]

Afghanistan, Remnants of War

By Kathy Kelly Intense fighting and hideous attacks battered Afghans throughout their country last week as negotiators in Qatar weighed the benefits and costs of a peace agreement that might stop the bloodshed. In Kabul […]