Letter in the North Carolina Medical Journal from members of Western North Carolina PSR.
As the U.S continues to recover from Covid-19, America is moving forward with plans to build a new weapon of mass destruction. The U.S Air Force hopes to build more than 600 of them, with each of these land-based missiles carrying a warhead over 20 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. …
Commentary from Tillman Ruff of ICAN, who calls the treaty a game-changer.
Oregon State University has received a grant from the National Nuclear Security Administration to work on computer simulations regarding the safety and security of the United States’ nuclear weapons stockpile. Please sign Oregon PSR’s petition to encourage OSU’s respected scientists and researchers to consider dismantling the U.S. nuclear stockpile in their simulations, because the safest …
President Biden officially extended the New START treaty with Russia on February 3, only days before the treaty between the two countries was set to expire.
Op-ed in the Bangor Daily News by PSR Maine members Kathryn Bourgoin, MD & Judy Kuhns-Hastings, NP.
Op-ed in the Everett Herald by PSR Past President David C. Hall, MD.
On January 21, the Biden Administration announced it would seek a full five year extension of the New START treaty.
On Friday, January 22, the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons ‘entered into force’, changing the legal status of nuclear weapons forevermore.
Op-ed in the Des Moines Register by Robert Brammer and Tom Leffler, on behalf of peace groups including PSR.