Category: Nuclear War

Brett Wilkins: As Iran Elects New President, Experts Urge Biden to Rejoin Nuclear Deal, Lift Sanctions

“The Biden administration must remain resolute and seek a break from the disastrous conditions that helped contribute to this result.”

Peter Weiss: No First Use — Or No Nuclear Weapons?

If international law is to preserve its teeth, it cannot do so with halfway measures.

Alicia Sanders-Zakre: Biden Going “Full Steam Ahead” on Trump’s Nuclear Plans

U.S. Led 2020 Nuclear Weapons Spending

Gareth Porter: Eisenhower rejected military chiefs’ demand for nuclear war on China

Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsberg has released a shocking account showing how the Joint Chiefs pressed Eisenhower to launch a nuclear war on China

Jon Schwarz: Why Now Was the Right Time to Release Top-Secret File on Nuclear Weapons

The document about a 1958 crisis shows officials eagerly making the case for atomic warfare against China

Brian Terrell: “If There Are Enough Shovels to Go Around”

The conviction that the U.S. could win a nuclear war was key to the nuclear policy early in the Reagan administration

Marcy Winograd: Meet the Senate nuke caucus, busting the budget and making the world less safe

These lawmakers represent states with a direct interest in pouring billions into modernizing and building new weapons

Robert Dodge: Who has the President’s Ear?

There is a growing national initiative seeking to fundamentally change U.S. nuclear weapons policy

Mark Muhich: Biden’s Decisions This Year Will Determine US Nuclear Weapons Policy for Decades

Ridding the world of these horrific weapons is not fantasy but is an imperative for world leaders

Lawrence Wittner: The Fateful Choice

Nuclear Arms Race or Nuclear Weapons-Free World

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