Vote for America

By | November 8, 2016

It's 3 minutes to midnight, and in America it’s time to vote. Here's what you need to know about the challenges the next president will confront. The stakes couldn't be higher.

The Experts Comment: What Should Journalists (And Other Citizens) Ask The US Presidential Candidates About Nuclear Weapons
The September/October subscription journal: A mix of free-access and subscription-only articles

Climate change chain reactions, bad and good
Dawn Stover

The US makes history on a nuclear weapons ban. Does the US care?
Joe Cirincione

It’s time to modernize the bioweapons convention
Filippa Lentzos Gregory D. Koblentz

Taking stock: Interview with former Secretary of Energy Steven Chu

Dan Drollette, Jr.
From our subscription journal: A mix of free-access and subscription-only articles

Hands across the lab: Will the US and Iran cooperate on science?
Ariane Tabatabai

Preparing the country for nuclear terrorism
Jerome Hauer

What if you don't trust the judgment of the president whose finger is over the nuclear button?
Louis Rene Beres

Can we remain food secure amid climate change?
Laura Kahn
 
It’s time to cut America’s nuclear arsenal
Daryl Kimball and Kingston Reif

When neuroscience leads to neuroweapons
Perry World House

International security in the age of renewables
The November/December subscription journal: A mix of free-access and subscription-only articles

US-Russia relations: Cold War 2.0?
The May/June subscription journal: A mix of free-access and subscription-only articles

Other reading:
Disarm and Modernize
John Mecklin

Commentary: What the candidates didn't say about nukes
John Mecklin

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