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In Berlin, Obama Calls for Arms Reduction


In liberal garb, Obama has revived his vision of a world free of nuclear weapons. Is this a wise posture at this moment in history? Read More »

South Sudan and the War of 1812

A learning adventure in American history can also offer a way for students and others to connect with South Sudan. Read More »

South Sudan Faces Hunger Emergency

Dialogue, development and disarmament need to take place in South Sudan. Read More »

Book Review: The Twilight of the Bombs: Recent Challenges, New Dangers, and the Prospects for a World Without Nuclear Weapons by Richard Rhodes

A credible book of extraordinary depth on the history of nuclear bombs and the pressing issues for the future. 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 »

What About the Cost of Nuclear Weapons?

Fewer billions spent on nuclear weapons are more billions put toward other sectors of our society. Read More »

Fight Hunger, Build Peace in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Josette Sheeran of WFP says he's heard story after story of tremendous suffering among the people here. Read More »

Finish What Ike and Kennedy Started: A Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

This step-by-step progress toward nuclear disarmament needs to go forward, and the CTBT is an essential part. Read More »

Resolution in Congress Calls for Disarming Nukes and Fighting Child Hunger

The real struggle for peace lies not in nuclear bombs, but in providing food, education, and hope. Read More »