Nuclear Arms Nonproliferation & Abolition

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Republicans Budget More for NonProliferation than Obama

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In March of this year, US President Barack Obama told a group of campaign donors that “loose nukes” were the main thing keeping him up at night. This sentiment is consistent with his administration’s stated policy, which is to keep …

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Nuclear Zero

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On April 24, 2014, the Republic of the Marshall Islands filed lawsuits against all nine nuclear-armed nations for failure to negotiate nuclear disarmament. The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation has stood by the side of the Marshall Islands and played an …

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Is Washington Prepared for an Iran Nuclear Deal?

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Jamal Abdi and Tyler Cullis pose this question and discuss in the National Interest. By the time U.S. and Iranian negotiators meet again in May, we may be just two months away from a potential resolution to the decade-long nuclear dispute. …

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Iran Deal Reached

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GENEVA — Iran and six world powers announced early Sunday that they had reached an interim agreement that would for the first time roll back portions of Iran’s nuclear program. In return, some economic sanctions against Iran would be eased. …

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Challenges and Choices for Nuclear Disarmament

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Beyond arms control: challenges and choices for nuclear disarmament is a collaborative work of non-governmental researchers and activists who critically examine the mainstream discourse of nuclear weapons. The book explores some of the most important challenges that governments and civil …

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US Should Participate in Multilateral Disarmament Forums

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In May, a new United Nations working group began meeting in Geneva “to develop proposals to take forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations for the achievement and maintenance of a world without nuclear weapons.” The first ever UN High-Level Meeting on …

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CONFERENCE: Ending the Nuclear Age — University of Chicago Dec. 1-2

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A MOUNTAIN OF WASTE 70 YEARS HIGH: Ending the Nuclear Age   Two-day conference registration fee: $40 in advance, $50 at the door (including lunch on both days). Register at: www.neis.org Or call 773.342.7650 Email: neis@neis.org THE FIRST CUPFULL OF …

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Photos from CAPA’s 2012 Hiroshima Commemorative Event

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CLICK HERE TO SEE the PHOTO ALBUM of "From Hiroshima to Fukushim: 67 Years After the Bomb"

Dr. Norma Field’s ATOMIC AGE Resource List

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A Very Partial, Somewhat Arbitrary List of Web Resources on the Atomic Age (Norma Field, PhD) Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/index_e2.html Radiation Effects Research Foundation (US-Japan successor to the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission; from Life Span Study of Hiroshima/Nagasaki survivors …

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