Peace and Disarmament

21.04.2015

Wave goodbye to nuclear weapons

Wave goodbye to nuclear weapons

Governments will meet at the United Nations over four weeks in April-May 2015 for the five-yearly review of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Civil society is calling on governments to end the threat of nuclear weapons by negotiating for their complete prohibition and elimination – a requirement of the NPT. »

21.04.2015

Reducing the risk of inadvertent nuclear war

Reducing the risk of inadvertent nuclear war

John Hallam writing on Abolition Caucus highlights the content of a New York Times editorial opinion piece written jointly by Generals Cartwright and Dvyorkin saying that the Op Ed is incredibly important and timely. He adds that they have both said this kind of thing before, though not to his knowledge,… »

19.04.2015

Nuclear Weapons: the gap, the pledge and the ban

Nuclear Weapons: the gap, the pledge and the ban

Human Wrongs Watch By Daniel Högsta* 15 April 2015 – As the Review Conference of the nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT RevCon) approaches, the Humanitarian Initiative, most recently punctuated by the success of the Vienna Conference, faces an important milestone.   Through three conferences, a number of joint and… »

16.04.2015

Airstrikes ‘not the answer’: Iran proposes peace plan for Yemen

Airstrikes ‘not the answer’: Iran proposes peace plan for Yemen

Iran has proposed a peaceful solution to the crisis in Yemen, calling for a ceasefire on the ground and the end of airstrikes by Saudi-led coalition against the Houthi rebels – Tehran’s allies. The plan is expected to be submitted to the UN on Wednesday. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad… »

14.04.2015

Appeal to Gorbachev to initiate a World Peace Conference

Appeal to Gorbachev to initiate a World Peace Conference

The german Left Party (DIE LINKE) has recently published an open letter to  Mikhail S. Gorbachev to be presented and put up for vote at the main party convention on June 6/7. The letter calls on the Former President of the Soviet Union to initiate a World Peace Conference in… »

13.04.2015

Reconciliation instead of violence to resolve conflicts

Reconciliation instead of violence to resolve conflicts

Milena Rampoldi PhD, of ProMosaik eV has interviewed Johanna Heuveling, member of the organisation World without Wars and editor of Pressenza, about her articles in Pressenza, on her visit to… »

13.04.2015

Eduardo Galeano, endorser of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, dies in Uruguay

Eduardo Galeano, endorser of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, dies in Uruguay

Pressenza brings together reports of Eduardo Galeano’s death from different countries of the Americas in order to pay homage to his life and work. He was one of the supporters of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, promoted by World Without Wars and Violence, that travelled the world between… »

13.04.2015

US military spending falls, increases in eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia says SIPRI

US military spending falls, increases in eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia says SIPRI

World military expenditure totalled $1.8 trillion in 2014, a fall of 0.4 per cent in real terms since 2013, according to figures released today by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The comprehensive annual update of the SIPRI Military Expenditure Database is accessible from today at www.sipri.org. World military… »

13.04.2015

Iran’s nuclear deal and conflict in Yemen: the view of an Iranian political scientist

Iran’s nuclear deal and conflict in Yemen: the view of an Iranian political scientist

Regarding the agreement reached between the five nuclear powers plus Germany with the Iranian government so that sanctions may be lifted from the latter with a commitment to not continue enriching uranium or to advance in the construction of nuclear weapons, we have been in contact with the Iranian Political… »

12.04.2015

[UK] Michael Fallon and Ed Miliband are both wrong about Trident

[UK] Michael Fallon and Ed Miliband are both wrong about Trident

By DAVID WEARING 10 April 2015 for OpenDemocracy. Westminster’s pro-nuclear consensus is held together by irrational speculation about future threats. Trident must be decommissioned for the sake of life on our planet. Tory Defence Secretary Michael Fallon didn’t really want to talk about Trident in his Times article and… »

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