STEPHEN I. SCHWARTZ, ed. (Brookings Institution Press, 1998)
"Atomic Audit originated with a deceptively simple question: What did the United States spend to develop and maintain its nuclear arsenal? That it took four years to answer this question is central to the story told in the book. Atomic Audit is the first and so far only attempt to quantify with any degree of precision the comprehensive costs borne by the United States in the pursuit of nuclear deterrence. ...we seek to explain the process by which an arsenal consisting of but two primitive weapons in 1945 eventually grew to more than 32,000, what this process cost, and how the costs and consequences of the program were understood by policymakers at the time." Read more...
HELMUT SCHMIDT and SAM NUNN
"We now face a very real possibility that the deadliest weapons and materials ever invented could fall in to dangerous hands." Read more...
"This is the first major global report on the financing of companies that manufacture, modernize and maintain nuclear weapons and their delivery vehicles. It identifies more than 300 banks, insurance companies, pension funds and asset managers from 30 countries that invest significantly in 20 major nuclear weapons producers." Read more...
CTBTO: Close The Door On Nuclear Testing
Biological weapons - banned
Chemical weapons - banned
Landmines - banned
Cluster munitions - banned
Nuclear weapons - OK?
Introductory Video to the NPT Exhibit on Youth and Indigenous People's Aspirations for a Nuclear Weapon Free World
A multimedia exhibit sponsored by the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, ICAN, Abolition 2000 Working Group on Youth and Indigenous People, and the Japan Council Against A and H Bombs.
We are millions of people around the world working for a treaty to abolish nuclear weapons. Join the movement!
Nuclear Weapons Myths
An ICAN video debunking six common myths about nuclear weapons.
In 1982, 1 million people poured into Central Park in a march for disarmament. Hundreds of people documented all aspects of the event for an independently-produced live broadcast on WNET-TV in NYC. The following is an excerpt from the final edit.
Co-Produced by Julie Harrison, with others (the names of whom I can't remember), 1982.
Million Pleas to Free the World from Nuclear Weapons
Time to abolish nuclear weapons
ICAN: Nuclear weapons are the problem. A Nuclear Weapons Convention is the solution. It's time to abolish nuclear weapons.
Beating the Bomb is a feature-length documentary about war and peace, foreign policy, vested interests, nuclear war and the fight against them. It is a historical documentary that charts the Bomb from 1941 to present day, juxtaposing the political backdrop against the growth of the peace movement and framing the nuclear weapons issue within the wider context of global justice.
UN Secretary-General's message for Nuclear Abolition Day (June 5, 2010)
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sends his greetings for Nuclear Abolition Day, a global day of action for a Nuclear Weapons Convention.
Time-Lapse Map of Every Nuclear Explosion Since 1945
by ISAO HASHIMOTO
An Illustrated Look at the Fukushima Disaster, One Year Later
Sobering facts about the recovery efforts--but also hope that things can, one day, return to normal.
Pantomime of a nuclear explosion, Joseph Cirincione plays "Sanction, Bomb, Marry?" with Iran, Pakistan and North Korea. November 30, 2009
A Farewell to Arms
Fox News wants you to decide if the Nuclear Security Summit logo looks similar to the flags representing Muslim nations. Wednesday April 14, 2010
The Big Bang Treaty
Fox News no longer feels the need to accurately report on President Obama's nuclear arms treaty with Russia. Thursday April 8, 2010