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Peace on the far side of nuclear weapons

". . . real security can only be shared . . ."

I call it news in a cage: the fact that the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons has been awarded this year's Nobel Peace Prize.

In other words, how nice, but it has nothing to do with the real stuff going on across Planet Earth, like North Korea's recent test of an ICBM that puts the entire U.S. in the range of its nukes, or the provocative war games Trump's America has been playing on the Korean peninsula or the quietly endless development

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