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Iranian Nuclear Complex Damaged By Fire in 2020

Why Do We Still Have The Bomb?

By William J. Perry and Tom Z. Collina, August 4, 2020 From CNN William J. Perry served as undersecretary of defense for research and engineering in the Carter administration and as secretary of defense in the Clinton administration. He currently […]

Ann Wright on Talk Nation Radio

Talk Nation Radio: Ann Wright on Antiwar Activism

This week on Talk Nation Radio we’re talking antiwar activism with Ann Wright who was in the U.S. Army/Army Reserves for 29 years and retired as a Colonel but who, by my count, has been a fulltime model antiwar activist […]

Nicholson Baker, July 2020

Digging Up Permasecrets: A Talk With Nicholson Baker

By Marc Eliot Stein, July 21, 2020 “I believe that secrecy is the refuge of the incompetent, and I believe absolutely that this book demonstrates that there was tremendous bumbling, violent bumbling, that happened all over the place in the […]

Hiroshima, Two Months after the Atomic Bomb, October 1945.

Who Was Our Worst President? Think About It When A Grim 75th Anniversary Arrives

By Paul Lovinger, July 21, 2020 From History News Network Princeton Professor Sean Wilentz, who teaches the history of the Revolutionary War and early American history, considers Donald Trump “without question the worst president in American history.” In Rolling Stone, he cites […]

The ruins of the Urakami Christian church in Nagasaki, Japan, as shown in a photograph dated Jan. 7, 1946.

Hiroshima And Nagasaki As Collateral Damage

By Jack Gilroy, July 21, 2020 August 6, 1945 found me in a car with my uncle, Frank Pryal.  A NYC plainclothes detective, Uncle Frank drove through the busy streets of Manhattan up to the Central Park Zoo to meet […]

Cenotaph for the A-bomb Victims, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

75 Years: Canada, Nuclear Weapons and the UN Ban Treaty

Hiroshima Nagasaki Day Coalition  Hiroshima-Nagasaki Day 75th Anniversary Commemoration with Setsuko Thurlow & Friends Thursday, August 6, 2020 at 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT “This is the beginning of the end of nuclear weapons.” ― Setsuko Thurlow TORONTO: On […]

Bats With Napalm Vests And Other Great American Innovations

By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, July 16, 2020 Nicholson Baker’s new book, Baseless: My Search for Secrets in the Ruins of the Freedom of Information Act, is staggeringly good. If I point out any minor complaints with it, while […]

Cancel RIMPAC 2020 Aotearoa

July 16, 2020 A month out from the start of RIMPAC, the US Navy led military wargames, peace groups are calling on Minister of Defence Ron Mark to pull the plug on NZ’s involvement this year with a special video […]

Setsuko Thurlow, ICAN campaigner and Hiroshima survivor, speaks at City Hall, in Oslo

An Open Letter By Setsuko Thurlow

The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2 June 22, 2020 Dear Prime Minister Trudeau: As a Hiroshima survivor, I was honoured to jointly accept the Nobel […]

Setsuko Thurlow

The Vow From Hiroshima Should Be From Everywhere

By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, July 10, 2020 The new film, The Vow From Hiroshima, tells the story of Setsuko Thurlow who was a school girl in Hiroshima when the United States dropped the first nuclear bomb. She was […]