Angelo Baracca

Professor of Physics at the University of Florence, Italy. Writer and scientist specialising in nuclear matters; pacifist activist and ecologist. He writes for Pressenza about nuclear questions.

17.12.2017

The nuclear ban is urgent, many fuses are waiting to be lit

The nuclear ban is urgent, many fuses are waiting to be lit

Without trying to spoil ICAN’s Nobel Peace Prize party we should remember the growing threats to the non-proliferation regime and the dangerous accumulation of new risks of a nuclear conflict with unimaginable consequences: because after the approval of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) and the Nobel… »

29.04.2017

U.S. nuclear warships endanger Italian ports?

U.S. nuclear warships endanger Italian ports?

For years a dozen Italian seaports have been decrying the risks they run as bases for nuclear powered or nuclear armed U.S. warships (submarines, aircraft carriers):  Augusta, Brindisi, Cagliari, Castellammare di Stabia, Gaeta, La Maddalena, La Spezia, Livorno, Napoli, Taranto, Trieste, Venezia. Movements have grown up denouncing the use of… »

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