Kauai has one of the Pentagon’s most valued testing sites. It’s an economic driver, but some residents say the military shouldn’t be on the islands at all.
In 2019, global spending on nuclear weapons climbed to nearly $73 billion, nearly half by the United States alone. Meanwhile, the Trump administration has prioritized nuclear weapons while abandoning treaties, fumbling negotiations and confounding allies.
Coronavirus holds a stark lesson about being prepared for low probability, high consequence risks
Kauai imposing mandatory island-wide curfew as coronavirus numbers climb.
Military planners must decide if they will cancel the largest international maritime exercise scheduled in Hawaii and California in summer.
Cities and towns across the U.S. and around the world are taking action to reduce the threat posed by nuclear weapons.
From Pohakuloa to Kahoolawe to RIMPAC, the defense industry is regrettably central to Hawaii’s economy.
For much of the last 40 years, Iran has been under US economic sanctions. Rather than bring positive change, sanctions have hurt ordinary Iranians, emboldened hardliners, and fueled tensions that have sparked nationwide protests.
Victims of nuclear testing say the branding is a painful reminder of the devastation they've endured.
Indigenous people in Hawaii, Guam and Okinawa are finding common cause in opposing the forces of empire.
Hawaii’s senior senator discusses missile defense, prospects for peace on the Korean peninsula, and more.