The Man Who Saved the World is a powerful documentary film about Stanislav Petrov, a former lieutenant colonel of the Soviet Air Defence Forces and his role in preventing the 1983 Soviet nuclear false alarm incident from leading to nuclear holocaust. On January 16, we discussed the film in the lead-up to January 22, 2021 the historic day when nuclear weapons become illegal when the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons comes into force.
Beginning January 18th, four billboards around Puget Sound will display the following paid public service announcement (PSA): NUCLEAR WEAPONS BANNED BY NEW U.N. TREATY; Get them out of Puget Sound! Included in the advertisement is a U.S. Navy photo of the Trident submarine USS Henry M. Jackson returning to port following a routine strategic deterrent patrol.
The Executive Director of World BEYOND War, David Swanson joined In Questions to discuss in the television network, Russia Today (RT).
Peace Witness hosted the award-winning Australian filmmaker and journalist John Pilger.
From Aotearoa New Zealand to the world: nuclear weapons ban goes global! You are invited to join ICAN Aotearoa New Zealand’s celebration to mark the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons on 21 January with Disarmament Ambassador Dell Higgie, the NZ Red Cross, Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific campaigners, and more.
The celebration will be from 12.30pm to 2pm (NZDT) in central Wellington and will be broadcast via Zoom so you can join it wherever you are.
His take on the two biggest dangers the world faces. Think you know what they are? Want a great explanation you can share with others?
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