Martin Butcher

arms control advocate

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Arms control advocate who writes the blog NATO Monitor

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After thousands of protesters clashed with police this weekend, many Chicago businesses encouraged workers to stay home today.

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President Obama hosted back-to-back summits from Friday at Camp David until today in Chicago.

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