Nuclear Weapons

Andrew Schleicher 1-01-1999

Iraq isn't the only country to turn away bomb inspectors.

Duane Shank 7-01-1998

The post-Cold War dream of a world free from nuclear weapons had a rude awakening this May.

David Cortright 3-01-1998
The Cold War's over -- the threat isn't.

Religious groups, non-governmental organizations, and governments from around the world have been mobilizing...

Sojourners 7-01-1995
An interview with historian Gar Alperovitz.

On May 11, after months of U.S. arm-twisting and a four-week review conference in New York, the nations of the world agreed to a South African proposal for a permanent extension of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Julie Polter 3-01-1995

When is a fuselage not just a fuselage? To many World War II veterans, the Enola Gay-the B-29 that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima-is an icon of their deliverance.

Will the Real SDI Please Stand Up?

Danny Duncan Collum 12-01-1986

On October 11, 1986, in Reykjavik, Iceland, history came to a turning point.

Joe Roos 8-01-1986

The eight-day crusade, attended by more than 150,000 people and involving 630 churches from Washington, D.C, Maryland, and Virginia, took place in late April and early May. Nearly one-third of those attending came from Washington's black community.

Jim Rice 7-01-1986

Is it a sin to build a nuclear weapon?

Jim Rice 4-01-1986

Ronald Reagan's space weapons plan is unlikely to ever block a nuclear warhead in the heavens, but it may prove to be an effective shield against any possibility of an arms agreement here on earth.

Danny Duncan Collum 10-01-1983

The threat of first-strike nuclear weaponry in Europe.

A friend, actually the first of many, once asked me a question: "Why do we choose civil disobedience over the more acceptable forms of protest?" The question seemed incorrect.

Darel Grothaus 3-01-1983

Biblical reflections on Isaiah 8

Jim Cubie 2-01-1977

Finding ourselves in the courts of an alien god.