Category: Nuclear War

John Feffer: The World’s Most Dangerous Divide

Maybe India and Pakistan will show more sense than their respective backers. These are ancient civilizations that have weathered many previous storms. Now they just have to team up to avoid a nuclear winter

Olivia Alperstein: A Modest Proposal: Don’t Start a Nuclear War

No one wants a nuclear war, ever. Why don’t we have a policy against starting one?

Conn Hallinan: Nuclear Powers Need to Disarm Before it’s Too Late

Kashmir is no longer a regional matter. Nuclear weapons threaten not only Pakistanis and Indians, but, indeed, the whole world

Charles Pierson: Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and the Bomb

A report reveals that the Trump Administration is engaged in a frenzied dash to push through a sale of nuclear reactors to Saudi Arabia without consulting Congress

Marjorie Cohn: Trump Moves the World Closer to “Doomsday”

It is incumbent upon all of us to resist the inexorable march toward nuclear winter

James Carroll: Doomsday Redux

The Most Dangerous Weapon Ever Rolls Off the Nuclear Assembly Line

Lawrence Wittner: Creating the Illusion of Safety

The latest report from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, issued on January 24, reminds us that the prospect of nuclear catastrophe remains all too real

Michael T. Klare: “Alexa, Launch Our Nukes!”

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of War

Lawrence Wittner: Reviving the Nuclear Disarmament Movement

Although a widespread environmental movement has developed to save the planet from accelerating climate change, no counterpart has emerged to take on the rising danger of nuclear disaster

John M. Laforge: Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty Could Become Law Next Year

The TPNW places nuclear weapons in the same outlaw category as biological weapons, poison gas, land minds and cluster munitions, all of which are banned by treaties

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