Carla Montilla

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Carla Montilla is a Program Assistant for Sustainable Energy and Environment at the Friends Committee for Legislation. She graduated from American University School of International Service with an MA in Ethics, Peace and Human Rights. Prior to that she graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with Degrees in History and Political Science. She has worked in issues related to nuclear history, nonproliferation, safeguards, and deterrence. She can be contacted at and @CarlaMontilla18.

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“Oppenheimer” – An Exploration of Nuclear Legacy and Its Omissions

“Oppenheimer,” directed by Christopher Nolan, couldn’t have arrived at a timelier moment. Against the backdrop of increased Russian nuclear threats, the film delves deep into the complexities of nuclear weapons and their profound impact on global affairs. The movie based on the story of J. Robert Oppenheimer depicts the moral and strategic debates created by…