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Thunderclap: Nuke Free World Now! | thunderclap.it

Join Peace Action in sharing this message together at the same time – automatically. Take Action: Join the On-Line Thunderclap for a nuke-free world tomorrow For more on this story, visit: Thunderclap: Nuke Free World Now!. A note from Peace Action: As we sat in Peace Park in Hiroshima on August 6, we were painfully aware that the U.S. has ...

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‘When Obama says Putin is trapped in Cold War logic, it’s true. But so is Obama’ | wonkblog

If Russia would agree, Obama would dramatically reduce the U.S. arsenal. He’s hesitant to do it independently. He wants Russian agreement. But Russia won’t agree. And Russia is hanging all these other issues on nuclear agreement. Putin wants to talk NATO conventional forces. He wants to talk new precision strike weapons the U.S. has that some fear can knock out ...

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The humanitarian consequences of war | PSR

The nuclear weapons danger is real and growing–nuclear terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and the thousands of weapons still on hair-trigger alert in the United States and Russia put the planet at risk. Fortunately, there also are new opportunities to eliminate this threat. As we focus on educating the public on the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons, we need your help to ...

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Iran seeks key position on U.N. disarmament committee

Iran is campaigning for a key position on a U.N. General Assembly committee that deals with disarmament and international security amid strong criticism from Israel and others who accuse Tehran of seeking to develop nuclear weapons. Iran is competing against Kuwait to be the rapporteur of the U.N. General Assembly’s First Committee for its 68th session, which begins in October, ...

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