By Lucien Crowder | November 2, 2017
Noam Chomsky, though a linguist of enormous stature, is best known outside his original field for an intense, left-leaning political engagement that has entailed pointed criticism of US foreign policy and an abiding interest in nuclear weapons and other technology-based threats to human civilization. In this interview, Chomsky speaks with Bulletin senior editor Lucien Crowder about the Trump administration’s policies on climate change, nuclear modernization, North Korea, and Iran – and about an intensification of “the extremely severe threats that all of us face.”
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Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 73 Issue 6
Keywords: Donald Trump, Iran, Noam Chomsky, North Korea, Paris Agreement, Russia, United States, climate change, nuclear war
Topics: Climate Change, Nuclear Weapons