Nuclear Abolition

Jim Rice 02-05-2015

According to the Vatican, “The very possession of nuclear weapons, even for purposes of deterrence, is morally problematic.”

Bob Rundle 08-01-2010

David Cortright calls for realism in his excellent “How to Rid the World of Nuclear Weapons” (May 2010), but he hardly mentions the role our war industry/military/congressional alliance

Why George Shultz wants to ban nuclear weapons

Rose Marie Berger 09-01-2006

Former U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix, now chair of the Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission in Sweden, presented the commission’s report to world leaders in June.

Rose Marie Berger 08-01-2006

  • Gold Medal. Palestinian Christian Naim Ateek, founder of the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem, received an award from the Peace Fellowship of
David Cortright 04-01-2006
Washington calls the kettle black.
House and Senate conferees amended fiscal 2004 energy and defense authorization bills to reduce funding for research on nuclear

House and Senate conferees amended fiscal 2004 energy and defense authorization bills to reduce funding for research on nuclear weapons such as the "bunker buster," to create funding for studying the environmental impact of nuclear weapons, and to restrict the Energy Department from producing any

David Batstone 06-01-2004
No magic elixir will solve our energy dilemma, short of radically changing our consumption.

Hours after the Scottish Royal Navy announced that its fourth Trident nuclear-armed submarine—the HMS Vengeance—had entered service, 373 protesters were arrested in the largest-ever dem

Chris Montesano 07-01-1999
Gathering for disarmament in the Nevada desert.
Gen. George Lee Butler, former commander of the nation's nuclear forces, became a proponent of nuclear abolition.
Jonathan Schell 01-01-1999
The end of the Cold War presents an unparalleled opportunity to abolish nuclear weapons--once and for all.
David Cortright 01-01-1999
A new movement emerges to abolish nuclear weapons.

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