Honduras has become the 50th nation to ratify the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, paving the way for it to enter into force on January 22, 2021.
The treaty between the U.S. and Russia is set to expire February 5, 2021, but some new developments have generated hope that the countries may reach an agreement in time.
This treaty changes the legal status of nuclear weapons in international law, and marks a historic milestone for a decades-long, intergenerational movement to abolish nuclear weapons.
In 2019, nuclear-armed countries collectively spent $138,700 every minute on nuclear weapons, according to a new report on 2019 global nuclear weapons spending from International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
Two of the biggest issues that face our planet are nuclear disarmament and climate change. How our national leadership confronts these twin threats will be heavily impacted by the election.
Once the treaty enters into force, the legal status of nuclear weapons will change. It will be a moment that PSR and our partner organizations have been looking forward to.
The event provides an opportunity to reaffirm the urgency of global nuclear disarmament and to mobilize new-found international efforts towards achieving a nuclear free world. You can participate!
Interview on the Fallon Forum radio show with PSR Nuclear Weapons Abolition summer intern Liberty Potter on hypersonic weapons.
Gwen DuBois, MD | Morning Consult The next COVID-19 stimulus package should go toward addressing the needs of the American people, not the desires of military contractors. Read more
In honor of 75th anniversary of Hiroshima & Nagasaki, the Back from the Brink coalition revealed their new website, logo, and a new video expressing their call to action.