In 1983 a culturally polarizing television movie, "The Day After," aired depicting the after effects of a nuclear detonation in the United States. Do we need a modern day version to wake up society to the risks we still face?
The Doomsday Clock has been moved to two minutes to midnight, the closest it has ever been to global midnight. What can be done to roll back the clock?
The first in a series on a students perspective learning about the reality of nuclear terrorism from the new Stanford Online course, "The Threat of Nuclear Terrorism"
In an excerpt from his memoir, William Perry reflects on his diplomatic mission to Pyongyang intended to prevent North Korea from obtaining nuclear weapons and how the agreement eventually fell apart, creating the hostile negotiating atmosphere the U.S. faces today.
Today at United Nations headquarters, more than 100 states concluded negotiations on and adopted a new “legally-binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons.”
Bill Perry explains how escalating tensions have now made a diplomatic solution to North Korea possible, and that we must act soon before the opportunity slips away.