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Security News and Views - November 2017 Edition

November 17, 2017

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.

Spending less on nuclear weapons could actually make us safer
Washington Post  Nov 16
Op-ed by William Perry and James Cartwright  

The Senate Questions the President's Power to Launch Nukes
New York Times November 15
New York Times Editorial

Who's Really Driving Nuclear-Weapons Production? Follow the Money.
The Nation, November 14
Analysis by William Hartung

'We are concerned': Democratic senators hit Trump at a rare Senate hearing on nuclear weapons authority
Business Insider, November 14

'One Person Shouldn't Be in Charge of the Fate of the World'
The Atlantic, November 11
An interview with Beatrice Fihn, executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN).

The Poor People’s Campaign and the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize: A national call for a moral revival
The Bay State Banner, November 3
Op-ed by Philip Lederer, MD, Greater Boston PSR

Op-ed by Sara Cate, MD of Washington PSR
Yakima Herald, November 3

Nuclear weapons: 2017 Nobel prize is call to action
The News Tribune, November 2
Op-ed by David Sparling, MD, Washington PSR

Trump Plans for Nuclear Arsenal Require $1.2 Trillion, Congressional Review States
New York Times, November 2

Beatrice Fihn Thinks We Can Abolish Nuclear Arms
New York Times Magazine November 1 

How We Persuaded 122 Countries to Ban Nuclear Weapons
Just Security, October 24
By Beatrice Fihn, Matthew Bolton, and Elizabeth Minor

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