VIRTUAL POLICY BRIEFING • INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS • MARCH 4, 2021 • 11 AM EST
ENDING NUCLEAR WEAPONS
BEFORE THEY END US
Opportunities Under the Biden Administration to Take Action
EVENT VIDEOS AND RESOURCES
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POLICY BRIEFING VIDEOS AND RESOURCES
GROWING GEOPOLITICAL DANGERS AND EMERGING RISKS, PART 1 –
Foreword: On Nuclear Weapons: Denuclearization, Demilitarization and Disarmament; Selected Writings of Richard Falk, edited by Stefan Andersson, with Curt Dahlgren, Cambridge University Press, 2019.
Scientists and the Struggle Against Nuclear Weapons Today: What Would Szilard Do?, Physics & Society, 48 (4), October 2019.
A. H. Nayyar, S. Pandey, M. V. Ramana, India, Pakistan, Kashmir: Taking the War Option Off the Table, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Sept. 23, 2019.
The INF Treaty and the Crises of Arms Control, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, October 24, 2018. Read More
Video A Conceivable Horizon Of Horror: Current Crises Of Nuclear Arms Control And Disarmament, Public lecture, Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge, UK, 30 October 2019. Video: Crossing the Line: Kashmir, Pakistan and India Under the Nuclear Shadow, Seminar at Center for Contemporary South Asia (CCSA), Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University, Rhode Island, October 25, 2019. Film Crossing the Lines: Kashmir, Pakistan, India, a documentary film Podcast Is The Nuclear Order Worth Saving?, Press the Button podcast, Ploughshares Fund, Washington DC, October 15, 2019.
Video A Conceivable Horizon Of Horror: Current Crises Of Nuclear Arms Control And Disarmament, Public lecture, Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge, UK, 30 October 2019.
Video: Crossing the Line: Kashmir, Pakistan and India Under the Nuclear Shadow, Seminar at Center for Contemporary South Asia (CCSA), Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University, Rhode Island, October 25, 2019.
Film Crossing the Lines: Kashmir, Pakistan, India, a documentary film
Podcast Is The Nuclear Order Worth Saving?, Press the Button podcast, Ploughshares Fund, Washington DC, October 15, 2019.
GROWING GEOPOLITICAL DANGERS AND EMERGING RISKS, PART 2 – Michael T. Klare
PowerPoint Presentation by Michael T. Klare
“PLAN A: How A Nuclear War Could Progress” a video simulation from the Princeton Program on Science and Global Security, 2020.
“Nuclear Weapons: Who Has What at a Glance” Fact Sheet from the Arms Control Association.
Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy – a source on constructive, non-military approaches to U.S.-China relations
“A Strategy for Reducing the Escalatory Dangers of Emerging Technologies” by Michael Klare in Arms Control Today December 2020
THE TREATY ON THE PROHIBITION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS IS THE GLOBAL MECHANISM FOR ACHIEVING A NUCLEAR WEAPON FREE WORLD – Beatrice Fihn
How to implement the nuclear weapons ban treaty, Beatrice Fihn,The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION TO ADDRESS THIS CRISIS – Tom Countryman
Nuclear Challenges for the New U.S. Presidential Administration: The First 100 Days and Beyond Arms Control Association report
Entry into Force of Nuclear Weapons Prohibition Treaty a Step Forward Arms Control Association
PANEL DISCUSSION (Q & A)
POLICY BRIEFING – FULL VIDEO
SKILL BUILDING WORKSHOP VIDEOS AND RESOURCES
BUILDING A DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE MOVEMENT – Lilly Adams
Nuclear Voices website – project that seeks to foster collaboration between nuclear frontline communities and those who work on federal nuclear policy and arms control
A call for antiracist action and accountability in the US nuclear community by Katlyn M. Turner, Lauren J. Borja, Denia Djokić, Madicken Munk, Aditi Verma, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, August 24, 2020
How Will We Save Ourselves (Racism and Accountability in the Nuclear Policy Field) by Lovely Umayam, July 2020
WORKING WITH MEMBERS OF CONGRESS – Michelle Fujii and Allen Hester
Growing the Nuclear Abolition Movement through Local Resolutions – Kelly Campbell and Alissa Keny-Guyer
Divestment – How to Get Your Bank to Stop Investing in Nuclear Weapons – Susi Snyder
For Students: Cutting Your University’s Ties to Nuclear Weapons – Alicia Sanders-Zakre and Sajani Patel
Action for Abolition – Ralph Hutchison and Felice Cohen-Jappa
KEY ISSUES WORKSHOP VIDEOS AND RESOURCES
Opportunities to Adopt Saner and More Effective Nuclear Weapons Policies Under the Biden Administration – Daryl Kimball
Nuclear Challenges for the New U.S. Administration: The First 100 Days and Beyond, Arms Control Association report, Jan. 2021
“Enough Already: No New ICBMs” by Daryl Kimball in Arms Control Today, March 2021
“New START and Beyond” by Amb. Steven Pifer in Arms Control Today, Jan/Feb 2021
“A U.S. Nuclear Strategy for the Biden Administration” By Jessica Sleight with Global Zero in Arms Control Today, Jan/Feb 2021
Nuclear Weapons are Illegal. What Does the Entry into Force of the TPNW Mean in the United States? Alicia Sanders-Zakre and Seth Sheldon
“Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons to Enter into Force: What’s Next,” Arms Control Today
William Perry, “Why the United States Should Support the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons” The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Nuclear Weapons Budget – Where Are There Opportunities to Cut Programs and What Can We Spend on Instead? Erica Fein
US Nuclear Excess report and web site from the Arms Control Association – Includes cost-cutting alternatives and information about budget tradeoffs
Twin Existential Threats – Nuclear Weapons and the Climate Crisis – Alan Robock
Nuclear Famine: Two Billion at Risk? Global Impacts of Limited Nuclear War on Agriculture, Food Supplies, and Human Nutrition report by Ira Helfand, MD, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and Physicians for Social Responsibility
Nuclear Weapons and Racism – Jim Anderson and Benetick Kabua Maddison
Marshall Islands Nuclear Remembrance Week March 15-20 COFA Alliance Washington
No Promised Land: The Shared Legacy of the Castle Bravo Nuclear Test by April L Brown, Arms Control Today
A Readiness to Harm: The Health Effects of Nuclear Weapons Complexes, by Arjun Makhijani in Arms Control Today, July 2005
American Friends Service Committee • Arms Control Association • Beyond Nuclear • Center for Political Ecology • Church of the Brethren Office of Peacebuilding and Policy • Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach • Friends Committee on National Legislation • Global Campaign for Peace Education • Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action • International Health & Epidemiology Research Center • International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War • Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy • Maryknoll Office of Global Concerns • National Council of Churches of Christ USA • New Hampshire Peace Action • New Jersey Peace Action • Nuclear Age Peace Foundation • Nuclear Watch New Mexico • Outrider Foundation • Pathways to Peace • Pax Christi-USA • Peace Action • Peace Action New York State • Peace Resource Center at Wilmington College • PEAC Institute • Physicians for Social Responsibility • Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles • Presbyterian Church (USA) • Sierra Club • Sojourner Truth School for Social Change Leadership • Soka Gakkai International-USA • St. Joan of Arc Church Peacemakers • Tewa Women United • Tri-Valley CAREs • Union of Concerned Scientists • United Church of Christ, Justice and Witness Ministries • United Methodist General Board of Church and Society • Utah Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons • Vigilant Love • Win Without War • Women Against Military Madness