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Leverett Peace Pagoda - a refuge for anyone any time.

via The New England Peace Pagoda

You will feel different once you walk back down the hill from this sacred place.

Why does it exist? To make us question that which needs no reason to exist other than show us the sky, taking our gaze upward from the stoney path.

Report from Vatican conference on nuclear disarmament

by Rev. Paul Lansu
Senior Policy Advisor

Possession of nuclear weapons is illegal and immoral

The Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development organised an international conference on “Prospects for a World Free from Nuclear Weapons and for Integral Disarmament” at Vatican City on 10 and 11 November 2017. 1,116 more words


Twelve Hours to Midnight

Andrea glanced at the email. The Doomsday Clock had gone back yet another hour. Barely news. Maybe before the weather. How did it go…?

DC station recorded street interviews on Christmas wishes. 71 more words

Science Fiction

Yes iCAN - the stigmatisation of nuclear weapons is the surest route to abolition.

STANLEY Kubrick’s brilliant Cold War satire, Dr Strangelove, was also one of the wisest meditations on nuclear deterrence. The US President, played in the film by Peter Sellers, was the only sane man in the room and tried his best, unsuccessfully, to prevent atomic war, after a deranged US Air Force general launched a first strike on Russia. 1,307 more words

Are governments impervious to public opinion?

The reckless threats of nuclear war flung back and forth between the North Korean and US governments remind me of an event in which I participated back in the fall of 1961, when I was a senior at Columbia College. 788 more words

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Nuclear Disarmament: What Role For Germany?

We have republished this article through The Sundial Press’s partnership with Le Zadig, the journal of Sciences Po Paris Campus of Menton. The original post may be read  721 more words

Sciences Po

Should limiting North Korea’s nuclear ambitions be the responsibility of the US government?

In recent months, advances in the North Korean government’s nuclear weapons program have led to a sharp confrontation between the government leaders of the United States and of North Korea. 877 more words

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