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Ratifying the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty: Unite for International Day Against Nuclear Testing


Nuclear disarmament is imperative for Russia and the United States. Not only would it help reduce tensions, but the cost of these weapons is too much for any society and the threat of terrorist theft is too great a risk. Read More »

Road to Nuclear Test Ban Started Today

President Dwight Eisenhower called for nuclear test ban treaty negotiations on August 22nd, 1958.

On this day in history the long and still unfinished journey to a nuclear test ban treaty got its start. Read More »

U.S. Calls for Nuke Test Ban at ASEAN Forum

An international campaign is underway to end nuclear weapons testing. (CTBTO photo)

The U.S. called for passage of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty at the recent ASEAN Forum in Tokyo, Japan. Read More »

Starting a Peace Race with the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

We need to challenge all these countries. But not to an arms race; rather, to what President Kennedy called a "peace race." Read More »

This Day in History: Eisenhower on Disarmament and Open Skies

Even though the Cold War is long over high levels of spending on armaments are not. Read More »

Veterans, Doctors Support a Treaty to End Nuclear Weapons Testing

Resuming nuclear testing would be a politically disastrous move for the U.S. Read More »

Long Road to Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Began This Week

It was on August 22nd, 1958 that President Dwight Eisenhower called for negotiations for a nuclear test ban treaty. Read More »

Summer Fun, the Great Lakes and Nuclear Weapons Spending

This struggle - to fight hunger and poverty - is where the true struggle for peace lies in this century, not with massive spending on nuclear armaments Read More »

Obama Administration moving forward with Open Skies Treaty

There is much to explore with Open Skies. Read More »

Eisenhower’s Open Skies Over Haiti, the START Treaty and Beyond

Open Skies is resilient enough that it may just accomplish all its goals. Read More »