Martin Butcher

arms control advocate

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Arms control advocate who writes the blog NATO Monitor

Martin Butcher on KCRW

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

Afghanistan, Eurozone Questions Linger Despite NATO, G8 Resolve

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.

Afghanistan, Eurozone Questions Linger Despite NATO, G8 Resolve

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

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