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No Nukes or New Nukes?

by Lawrence S. Wittner Dr. Lawrence Wittner ( is Professor of History emeritus at SUNY/Albany. His latest book is a satirical novel about university corporatization and rebellion, What’s Going On at UAardvark? Isn’t it rather odd that America’s largest single … Continue reading

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A Former Ground Zero Goes to Court Against the World’s Nuclear Arsenals

By MARLISE SIMONSDEC. 27, 2014 — New York Times THE HAGUE — Tony de Brum was 9 years old in 1954 when he saw the sky light up and heard the terrifying rumbles of “Castle Bravo.” It was the most … Continue reading

Posted in International Court of Justice, nuclear weapons, weapons of mass destruction

Hiroshima Rememberance

From Carolyn LaTierra: Friends, I learned a few days ago that the annual ceremony to remember August 6, 1945 will not take place this year at Starker Arts Park. I am sending this email out because I find there is … Continue reading

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