Ronald Reagan, Republicans, and Nuclear Weapons

Listening to today’s candidates –at any level — one would not know that, historically, Republicans have been instrumental in advancing arms control, nonproliferation, and nuclear disarmament. That is, until the […]

START-ing a new security

  Huffington Post by Rhianna Tyson Kreger December 23, 2010   If you witnessed a lot of hubbub in Dupont Circle pubs last night, it’s a good chance it was […]

Zero Nuclear Weapons

April 3, 2009 New York Times Michael Christ, IPPNW Executive-Director Letter to the Editor Re “Promises of a ‘Fresh Start’ for U.S.-Russia Relations” (news article, April 2): Twenty-three years ago, […]

The Test of Leadership

The Washington Times July 9, 2008 by James Goodby Much has been written about what the next president’s priorities should be. Iraq? Health care? The environment? The economy? Seldom mentioned […]

Questions for the candidates

International Herald Tribune July 4, 2008 by Mikhail Gorbachev There has been unusual interest throughout the world in the U.S. presidential race. Skeptics, of whom there are quite a few, […]

Sleepwalking in a Nuclear Minefield

April 2008 Sojourners The United States still worships at the altar of nuclear weapons – yet cries ‘heresy’ when others want to join the sect. by Douglas Roche Reprinted with […]

Restoring U.S. nuclear-free leadership

April 2, 2008 Washington Timesby Thomas Graham, Jr. and Max Kampelman   After a long dry spell, the seeds planted by Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in Geneva in 1985 […]

Old thinking about a new threat

June 8, 2007 Theodore Postol and James Goodby New York Times PALO ALTO, California — President Vladimir Putin’s compromise proposal to President George W. Bush concerning the U.S. ballistic missile […]