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Nuclear power news and analysis from The Nation
September 13, 2016
What’s the Number 1 Threat to Security? No One Is Asking Trump or Clinton
Missing from an election season dominated by spectacle and confrontation is the serious debate we desperately need to have about nuclear weapons.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
September 7, 2016
More Lost Opportunities to Diminish the New Cold War
Obama rejects a partnership with Russia against ISIS in Syria and reneges on his own proposals to reduce nuclear dangers while Ukraine’s President Poroshenko reneges on an agreement to end the Ukrainian civil war.
Stephen F. Cohen
August 31, 2016
How a Nun, a Vet, and a Housepainter Stood Up to the Threat of Nuclear Weapons
reminds readers that the United States’ poisonous and very expensive history of nuclear-weapons
is far from over.
July 8, 2016
There Are 15,000 Nuclear Weapons Still Posing an Intolerable Threat to Humanity
These mayors are trying to change that.
Mayor Frank Cownie
July 7, 2016
When It Comes to American Intervention, There’s Only One Guarantee
Hint: It’s not progress.
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June 16, 2016
The Pentagon’s Real Strategy
Victory is assured on the military’s main battlefield—Washington.
June 3, 2016
6 Tough Climate Questions the Democratic Platform Committee Will Have to Answer
Democrats have a chance to set a bold agenda for dealing with global warming.
May 27, 2016
Obama’s Powerful Call to ‘Make War Less Likely and Cruelty Less Easily Accepted’
Speaking in Hiroshima, the president channels Eisenhower’s urging to take “the chance for a just peace for all peoples.”
April 25, 2016
30 Years After the Chernobyl Meltdown, Why Is the Ukrainian Government Pushing Nuclear Energy?
Or, how Ukraine learned to stop worrying and love its nuclear power plants.
March 31, 2016
A High-Pressure Pipeline Next to a Nuclear Power Plant… What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
The construction of a gas pipeline within 1500 feet of Indian Point’s nuclear reactors could spell disaster for New York.
Alison Rose Levy