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Global Zero is the international movement for the elimination of all nuclear weapons.
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Global Zero 2h
“Nuclear transparency accomplishes a lot; it eliminates fear mongering, rumors, worst-case scenarios, assumptions, and mistrust in other countries.” -
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Global Zero 18h
Negotiations have not yet begun to extend New START, which is set to expire in 2021. When the United States and Russia realize the importance of restarting nuclear arms control talks, extending New START should be the first goal.
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Global Zero 20h
Implementation of New START has verifiably decreased US and Russian nuclear arsenals. If an extension of New START is not implemented, the treaty will expire in 2021.
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Global Zero 21h
While the global nuclear arsenal has overall decreased in the past 12 month, the risk of nuclear war has increased. The only way to completely eliminate the threat of nuclear war is to eliminate nuclear weapons.
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David A. Wargowski 22h
Decision to keep nuclear weapons data classified hurts US national security - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists via
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Global Zero 23h
Iran has announced it may soon exceed uranium stockpile limits. Iran and all parties should continue to abide by the as the deal has worked to curb Iran’s nuclear program. Diplomacy is the only way forward.
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🇺🇸 Jon B. “Globalist” Wolfsthal Jun 17
A short thread on Iran. Iran should continue to abide by the Iran Nuclear Deal (JCPOA) but Iran says it may soon exceed the limits of 300kg of low enriched uranium (3.67%) and also that it could decide to enrich up to 20% in the future. Neither make Iran a nuclear state. 1/
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Derek Johnson Jun 17
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Global Zero Jun 14
Replying to @emmaclairefoley
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Global Zero Jun 14
South Asia has big potential for nuclear conflict.
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Global Zero Jun 14
The nuclear test ban treaty is important in making strides toward eliminating nuclear weapons.
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Global Zero Jun 14
With the advancement of technology and nuclear weapons, it’s more important than ever to have open lines of communication between nuclear-armed countries and pave the way toward the elimination of nuclear weapons.
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Global Zero Jun 14
Take a listen to ’ latest episode of with who encourages people to check out Countdown to Zero! This , follow featured experts & director
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Global Zero Jun 13
Your New START explainer from :
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Global Zero Jun 13
Former United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon: The risks of nuclear conflict “are higher than they have been in several decades.” We agree. It is past time for all nuclear-armed states to take steps toward eliminating nuclear weapons.
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Global Zero Jun 13
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Implementing such cuts alongside the other key recommendations laid out in our Alt NPR sets a course for deep reductions and international cooperation for the elimination of all nuclear weapons.
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Global Zero Jun 13
As US Congress considers funding for the defense budget including nuclear weapons systems, they might want to take a look at how a drastically reduced nuclear force can save billions & reduce the risk of nuclear use while maintaining a credible deterrent.
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Global Zero Jun 13
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It is important to note that the US already has about 1,000 low-yield nuclear weapons & adding another one to the nuclear arsenal would increase the possibility of nuclear war.
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Global Zero Jun 13
Funding for and deployment of another low-yield nuclear weapon was debated yesterday during the House Armed Services Committee markup of the US National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which specifies the annual defense budget and expenditures.
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William J. Perry Jun 13
Low-yield does not equal low-risk, there is no such thing as a low-risk nuclear exchange.
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