Thomas Pitt, nuclear disarmament activist, writes about whether deterrence is a “valid” rhetoric.
The impact report for the Youth MSP for the Treaty on the Prohibition of State Parties is here! Alongside our partners, we organised the Youth MSP for the first Meeting of State Parties of the TPNW, which took place […]
We’re excited to announce our new steering committee, who will serve in their posts from 2022-24. Their term will culminate in the next Youth MSP. It’s fantastic to see such an accomplished and driven group of young people leading […]
The Review Conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is taking place in New York at the moment. What should we look for from the Indo-Pacific perspective? Phantitra Phuphaphantakarn (Ariel Karn) writes.
9 August 2022 77 years ago, the United States planned to obliterate the Japanese city of Kokura in an atomic bombing, just 3 days after dropping the first ever nuclear weapon used in conflict on Hiroshima. Due to weather […]
6 August 2022 Today marks the 77th anniversary of the United States dropping an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. It would be followed by another bombing of Nagasaki, just days later, on 9 August 1945. These were acts of […]
The Youth for TPNW policy document is here! Over the past couple of months, Youth MSP 2022 delegates and Youth for TPNW team members have been putting together Claiming our future: Youth Priorities for the TPNW. The result is […]
How can we resolve the nuclear dilemma in light of the invasion of Ukraine? Anant Saria writes. Through 2021 and early 2022, the world witnessed the amassing of Russian troops and military equipment along the borders shared with Ukraine. […]
We strongly condemn Putin’s recent nuclear threats, and extend our support and solidarity to those affected by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Today is Nuclear Victims Remembrance Day, also known as Remembrance Day (Marshall Islands), a day where we remember and honour the lives of those who were, and still are, deeply affected by these weapons of mass destruction. To commemorate […]