Imagine what we could invest in instead of shelling out billions of dollars each year for nuclear weapons. That money could be used to fund essential, life-saving programs and services that don’t involve destruction of the planet—e.g. clean water, nutrition for schoolchildren, healthcare disparities, income inequality, environmental health hazards and many other vital issues. The …
INACTIVE – There are concrete actions your U.S. representative can take to reduce the risk from nuclear weapons.
Op-ed in The Hill from PSR’s Dr. Robert Dodge on the cost of nuclear weapons.
Op-ed in The Times Record co-authored by Andrew Cadot of PSR Maine.
PSR is joining forces with several other grassroots organizations in the United Against Nuclear War (UANW) coalition for an In-District Lobby Week, April 22-26, while most Members of Congress will be in their home states. What better time to make the health case for No First Use of nuclear weapons? What: In-District Lobby Week on No First Use When: …
Podcast interview of PSR Iowa’s Dr. Maureen McCue.
Op-ed in Common Dreams by PSR’s Olivia Alperstein.
Op-ed in The Cap Times by PSR’s Dr. Robert Gould and Martin Fleck.
Now more than ever, with the United States’ planned withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, new so-called “low-yield” nuclear weapons going into production, a U.S. President who’s determined to “out-innovate” other nations in a new nuclear arms race, it seems that we are edging closer and closer to the ultimate threat to human …
In a letter to the editor in The New York Times, PSR’s Dr. Robert Dodge calls the Trump Administration’s reversal of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty the beginning of a new Cold War.