On Monday the 28th of June from 18.30-20.00 CEST we will be having an open conversation on the topic of nuclear disarmament with four parliamentarians from EU nuclear sharing states.
“Umbrella” vs. “Sharing” NATO was founded in 1949 with the claim that a US ‘nuclear umbrella’ would protect non-nuclear member states. In 2018, the British government affirmed that its nuclear Trident SSBN missiles are part of “the defense of our NATO allies”1. The French government, meanwhile, never made such explicit claims about using its nuclear … Continue reading TPNW deflates nuclear sharing
ENDINFO News, updates and information | European Nuclear Disarmament Issue 19 | Sept 2020 | Produced by the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation www.spokesmanbooks.com/Spokesman/PDF/ENDINFO19.pdf Read the latest edition of END Info, As the number of states ratifying theTreaty on the Prohibition of NuclearWeapons (TPNW) edges ever closerto the ‘magic number’ of 50, it lookscertain that a … Continue reading END Info No. 19
EnglishFrench English Time for Europe to bea nuclear-weapon-free zone We are entering a new decade that appears to be even more dangerous than that of 40 years ago. In January 2020, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists set the hands of the ‘Doomsday Clock’ – measuring the likelihood of man-made global catastrophe - at one … Continue reading Supportive Statement
Brochure by Daniel Rietiker and Manfred Mohr The events of July 7, 2017 at the United Nations in New York deserve our attention. The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW)constitutes a real paradigm shift, and the end of a period of stagnation innuclear disarmament of more than 20 years. After biological (1972) andchemical … Continue reading Article by Article – Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons