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Toward a World Without Nuclear Weapons

This collection of op-eds from Shultz, Perry, Kissinger, and Nunn outlines the thinking of four senior U.S policy officials regarding disarmament and the goal of “global zero.” It includes four op-eds from 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011.


“All Weapons of Mass Destruction Are Not Equal”

In this article, Mcfarlane attempts to parse out the differences between various types of weapons of mass destruction. This includes distinctions in lethality and their impact on national security policy.


Bomb Scare: The History and Future of Nuclear Weapons

A book by Joseph Cirincione, Bomb Scare traces the history of nuclear proliferation and offers an optimistic view of its future. It combines theory, history, and security analysis as it moves from the dawning of the nuclear age to the Iranian nuclear program of the 2000s.


Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Weapons

A report by Chatham House on the current status and future of the Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Weapons Initiative. The report focuses on the broader discourse on nuclear weapons as an urgent humanitarian concern and highlights some of the internal and external debates regarding the way ahead for the Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Weapons Initiative.