By Isabel Martinez While many festivities celebrating Women’s History Month have been rightly canceled out of concern for the safety of our communities, we can still acknowledge and commend work that women have done to make this world a safer place. For generations, American women have fostered public support in an effort to reduce nuclear threats […]
Nukes of Hazard blog
HOW LONG HAVE YOU WORKED AT THE CENTER? Since March 2017. WHAT IS THE BEST PART OF YOUR JOB? Working with such a great team on something we all are so passionate about. WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO WORK IN NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION? I like a challenge and this field is nothing if not challenging. I […]
There are nine nuclear-armed countries worldwide with about 14,000 nuclear weapons between them. The United States and Russia together have more than 90 percent of those weapons.
Since the beginning of the nuclear age, there have been hundreds of serious and well-drilled plans about how the United States would use nuclear weapons in war, with the express purpose of winning. But when a military plan calls for the use of thousands of nuclear weapons, and assumes that your enemy will respond in […]
Every year, the Trump Administration has sought to cut the State Department’s budget. Investing in diplomacy through a strong and well-funded State Department is a key part of keeping the United States safe, and should be a funding priority.