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by Dr. Alan Lockwood

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Security News and Views - February 2018 Edition

February 16, 2018

Here are this month's top op-eds, news articles, and media hits to keep you informed about what's happening in the universe of nuclear disarmament.

Give Peace A Chance: Vermont's Tradition Of Pacifism
Vermont Public Radio
, February 15 
Radio interview with John Reuwer, MD, PSR member.

Donald Trump's Thinking on Nukes Is Insane and Ignorant
Rolling Stone, February 9
Op-ed by Matt Taibbi

Why Mutually Assured Destruction Won't Stop North Korea
NBC Think: Opinion
, February 9
Interview with David Barash, PhD Washington PSR

With Trump's Nuclear Doctrine the Cold War Resumes
Common Dreams, February 5
Op-ed by Dr. Robert Dodge, PSR board member

Is 'Great-Power Competition' Worth Billions in Nuke Spending?
US News & World Reports, February 2
Paul D. Shinkman
Dr. Ira Helfand, PSR board member, comments on the dangerous plan to upgrade the U.S. nuclear arsenal.

Resisting Nuclear Weapons Means Resisting Injustice and Oppression
The Nation, February 2
Op-ed by Ray Acheson, director of Reaching Critical Will and International Steering Committee member of ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons)

Approaching the Apocalypse, the Doomsday Clock Moves Forward
Common Dreams, January 26
Op-ed by Dr. Robert Dodge, PSR board member

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    8th Annual Soul of Medicine Dinner
    Join Chicago PSR at 6 pm on March 23 at MingHin restaurant in Chicago for the 8th annual Soul of Medicine dinner. Students attend free.