Before you settle in to celebrate the end of 2016 and toast the new year, please take the time to make a charitable gift the Bulletin before midnight. In the US, your generosity is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law Help us start the year roaring with facts, scientific assessments, and ideas … Continued
Month: December 2016
We know you’ll agree, facts matter. Through a tumultuous year, the Bulletin has published cutting edge, fact-driven analyses, delivering on its mission to engage scientists, policy leaders, and citizens in addressing risks that threaten our world: nuclear weapons and proliferation, climate change, and the unintended risks of emerging technologies. It’s never been more important to … Continued
If you share our concern about the fate of the Iran nuclear agreement, or the future of the US role in the Paris climate accords, or Moscow’s suspension of our agreement on disposing excess weapons plutonium–we need your help. Throughout 2017, the Bulletin will focus intensely on these topics, and much more, through the website, … Continued
There’s been much to write about this year when it comes to bio and chemical weapons. Here are five of the best articles we’ve had the pleasure of publishing.
The year now concluding was full of interesting and unpredictable news regarding nuclear weapons and their accoutrements; the year was, therefore, also continuously, enormously threatening to humanity.
Great analysis and opinion from our regular contributors from the last year.
In 2016, the Bulletin’s roundtables often staked out new ground by focusing on regional themes of global significance.
A compilation of quality nuclear policy news published on the Web, around the world. Please note: The Nuclear Roundup will not be published the week of Monday, December 26th, through Monday, January 2nd. Iran Nuclear Deal Is the Iran nuclear deal already being violated? Heavy Water Loophole in the Iran Deal United States Sidney Drell, … Continued
Twelve thoughtful looks at climate change. Plus another, for good measure.
The author of Command and Control explains why the tweeting of Donald Trump and the vulneratibilites of the American nuclear command system are, together, exceedingly dangerous.
It’s easy to see the existential threat posed by nuclear weapons or global warming. But do any new technologies present the same kind of danger? That’s one question we’ve tried to address this year with our expanded coverage of things like artificial intelligence, cyber security, and automated warfighting.
A compilation of quality nuclear policy news published on the Web, around the world Iran Nuclear Deal CIA Director John Brennan says the Iran nuclear deal isn’t perfect but still works United States Nuclear weapon firms pay to settle illegal lobbying cases Experimental 1960s Ozarks Nuclear Energy Reactor To Be Razed Telemetry: gathering information to … Continued
The world is urbanizing and so is warfare. Emerging technology can both exacerbate urban conflict and help alleviate suffering.
The transition period for the incoming Donald Trump administration has generated a great deal of concern about apparent changes coming to the United States in just about every sphere of public policy. The absence of climate science experts, alternative energy executives, and seasoned nuclear negotiators in the new administration raises serious questions about how public … Continued
A compilation of quality nuclear policy news published on the Web, around the world. Iran Nuclear Deal Diplomats: UN has warned Iran about enrichment cap IAEA Statement on Director General’s visit to Iran With Trump Presidency Looming, Iranian Officials Vow to Accelerate Nuclear Propulsion, Ballistic Missile Programs Trump cannot unilaterally renegotiate JCPOA Iran’s nuclear program … Continued
This group of scientists is shaping the future of the human race.
A compilation of quality nuclear policy news published on the Web, around the world. Iran Nuclear Deal UN nuclear watchdog: Iran showing satisfactory commitment to nuclear deal How James Mattis Could Stop Trump From Ripping up the Iran Nuclear Deal What Jeff Sessions as attorney general will mean for the Iran Deal Iran Says It … Continued
The president-elect talks about intelligence the same way he talks about climate change: He refuses to believe the experts, and that’s dangerous.
A compilation of quality nuclear policy news published on the Web, around the world. Iran Nuclear Deal U.N. nuclear watchdog chief to visit Iran on Sunday Iran sanctions extended, but without Obama’s signature United States The Conservative Case for Nuclear Energy Donald Trump’s energy program needs a middle ground — nuclear power Trump, nuclear weapon … Continued
A 21st century disarmament movement will be–and should be–distinct from the nuclear freeze effort in three main ways. It will be intersectional, it will be digital, and it will be confrontational.