Monthly Archives: July 2016

Nuclear weapons testing and Stanley Kubrick’s classic movie: Dr. Strangelove

7/22/ 16: Here’s an excerpt from today’s posting by the National Security Archive in Washington, DC, under the banner of Operation Crossroads 70 Years Later: “Seventy years ago this month a joint U.S Army-Navy task force staged two atomic weapons tests at Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands, the first atomic explosions since the bombings of […]

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Tragic Deaths of Two Emory University Students in the Bangladesh Massacre

From Emory University, July 4, 2016: “Together we grieve the tragic deaths of Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain at the hands of terrorists in Dhaka, Bangladesh. As an international university committed to confronting the human condition and human experience, we encounter violence in communities, locally and globally, where we are engaged. Today, we are profoundly […]

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