By Ellen Leonard & Rachel Traczyk Yet again, the United States has found another way to pour an absurd and unnecessary amount of money into its nuclear arsenal. The previous U.S. sea launched cruise missile (SLCM), the Tomahawk Land Attack Missile-Nuclear (TLAM-N), was retired and put to a short rest in 2010. Recently, talk about… Read more »
Author: BtB Team
This International Human Rights Day, we hope that you’ll join us in recognizing the connections between nuclear weapons and human rights.
An organizer at Beyond the Bomb’s University of Washington chapter testified during Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility and the Washington Against Nuclear Weapons Coalition’s People’s Town Hall on Nuclear Weapons.
The myth of the need for nuclear war against Japan is ingrained in American culture.
The consequences of a nuclear blast lingers forever. Take, for example, the Marshall Islands, home to nuclear waste leftover from US nuclear weapons testing.
Thoughts from the field: No First Use is not only the most attainable policy on the table, it is well positioned to move through the US Congress.