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PSR Honors International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

September 26 is International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons. Tomorrow, we will honor the occasion by calling once again for the total abolition of nuclear weapons. PSR remains committed to working for a nuclear weapons-free world, and we encourage you to take action for a better, safer future. We’re not in this …

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Help PSR stop this new nuclear warhead

During the 2016 Presidential campaign, candidate Donald Trump reportedly asked this about nuclear weapons: “If we have them, why can’t we use them?” For decades, PSR has called for a worldwide ban of nuclear weapons in order to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe. The solution is NOT to make nuclear weapons more usable. And yet, the …

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Baltimore and Los Angeles city councils vote to support nuclear disarmament

August 6 and 9, 2018, marked the 73rd anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Among the 76+ commemoration events around the country were two in city council chambers.  The city councils of Baltimore and Los Angeles voted , August 6 and August 8, to adopt resolutions urging the United States to embrace the …

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Ask your senators to support the New START Treaty

Prior to his first summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, reporters asked President Trump for his vision of the ultimate deal he could reach with Putin. Trump acknowledged that there would be “no more nuclear weapons anywhere in the world.” Unfortunately, very little has been revealed about what, if anything, was agreed …

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‘Denuclearization’—Why stop at North Korea?

Responding to citizens everywhere who yearn for peace, political leaders in South Korea, North Korea, China and the United States staged a flurry of diplomatic activity this year to avert a Korean crisis. But we are not yet out of the woods. PSR’s health professionals advocated for peace in Korea and will continue to promote …

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A failed Trump-Kim summit would be a catastrophe

Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are due to meet Tuesday in Singapore. President Trump impulsively agreed to the summit, has already canceled once, and has entered into these negotiations without any advance planning or apparent strategy for achieving success.