Nuclear War
Earth Day: thousands of scientists are waving red flags

In dealing with life after COVID-19, potentially fatal challenges to the ecosystem must not be forgotten. It is time to look at far-reaching reforms in international governance systems and, linked to this, also governance reforms at other levels.

When world leaders forget what nuclear warfare looks like

In a campaign speech in Rajasthan on April 22, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi casually threatened Pakistan with the use of nuclear bombs, saying India’s nuclear arsenal has not been saved for Diwali.

US withdrawal from INF treaty marks a dangerous move towards nuclear escalation

The US has cited Russian violations of the treaty as the reason for their withdrawal. This is despite Russia offering to open up its weapons systems for US inspection. The treaty requires a six-month notice period following which the country no longer has to abide by the treaty

Two Koreas move towards denuclearisation

Newsclick discusses what the inter-Korea summit, the third this year, could mean for the future of the relations between the two nations.

7 decades after Nagasaki, the possibility of nuclear holocaust looms large

The doomsday clock, set up by the scientists involved in the Manhattan, is now 2 minutes away from midnight that symbolizes annihilation

73 Years Since Hiroshima: The Threat of a Nuclear Holocaust Still Haunts Us

Where is Trump’s ‘my nuclear button bigger than yours’ rhetoric taking the world to? And Has nuclear proliferation treaty helped in moving towards disarmament?

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