NAPF Associate Bill Wickersham reflects on his time at the University of Missouri working for peace.
Lijon Eknilang was a child living in the Marshall Islands during US nuclear tests. As an adult, Lijon suffered seven miscarriages. Here is her story.
Jeffrey Mason outlines many of the biggest threats that humanity has faced during the month of February since the dawn of the Nuclear Age.
Ursula Gelis interviews Sue Haseldine, a victim of British nuclear weapon testing in Australia.
Lawrence Wittner examines the renewed nuclear arms race between the United States and Russia.
This short animated video from NAPF outlines many of the reasons why nuclear deterrence can't be proven to work and represents an existential threat to humanity.
Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner is a Marshallese poet, artist and journalist. She addressed the 2014 Climate Change Summit at the UN in New York. Here is her story.
Dr. Robert Dodge writes about the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' decision to move the doomsday clock to three minutes to midnight.
John Anjain was magistrate of Rongelap Atoll when the United States conducted 67 nuclear tests in the Marshall Islands. Here is his story.