Senator Dianne Feinstein joined with 12 Senate colleagues demanding the Defense and Energy departments reject a recent Pentagon report that called for new “limited-use” nuclear weapons and suggested ending the nuclear testing ban.
William Perry could have easily settled into retirement long ago and let younger generations deal with the nuclear threat. Instead, he chooses to carry on this mission with help from his granddaughter.
A Pentagon advisory committee is pushing the new administration to consider developing lower-yield "tactical" nuclear weapons. Former Secretary of Defense William Perry explains why the notion of "limited" nuclear war is like playing nuclear Russian roulette.
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists announced the 2017 Doomsday Clock is 30 seconds closer to midnight, the closest it has been to midnight in 64 years.
Just days after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, members of Congress are seeking to limit the president’s ability to single-handedly start a nuclear war. New legislation introduced today by Rep. Lieu and Sen. Markey, called the “Restricting First Use of Nuclear Weapons Act,” would prohibit the president from launching nuclear weapons without a declaration of war from Congress, except in response to a nuclear attack.
Current nuclear policy is not working. Fmr Secretary of Defense William J. Perry joins some of the best thinkers in the nuclear field in recommending fresh ideas for incoming President-elect Trump to consider as he formulates his nuclear policy in the new report by Ploughshares Fund: 10 Big Nuclear Ideas for the Next President