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13 April 2017

Experts Warn Military Intervention In North Korea Leads To Nuclear Catastrophe

Earlier this week, President Donald Trump ordered a U.S. Navy strike group to the Korean peninsula following North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch. In response, North Korean officials threatened to “hit the U.S.

17 March 2017

Global Zero Responds to Nuclear Fat Cat In Trump's 'Skinny Budget'

Presidential budgets are meant to send a message to Congress and the American people about the nation’s priorities, and Trump’s message is clear: More money for weapons of mass destruction at the expense of education, diplomacy, public health, human needs and the environment.

23 February 2017

Global Zero on Trump’s Plans to Expand the US Nuclear Arsenal, Kill the New START Treaty with Russia

WASHINGTON DC -- Moments ago, Reuters reported on an exclusive interview with Donald Trump in which the President announced that he does not support the New START Treaty with Russia and that he plans to

17 February 2017

New Report: Global Zero Estimates 22 Million Americans Dead After Surprise Nuclear Attack On Russia

This week, Global Zero, the international movement for the elimination of nuclear weapons, released a sobering new report projecting 22 million American fatalities following a surprise U.S. nuclear attack on Russia.

9 February 2017

Global Zero On Trump And The Extension Of The New START Treaty

Moments ago, Reuters reported that in a phone call between Russian and U.S. Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, Trump rejected the possibility of extending the New START Treaty and derided the nuclear arms control agreement as favoring Russia.

26 January 2017

As Doomsday Clock Moves Closer to Midnight, Global Zero Calls For Urgent Action To Limit Trump’s Power To Start Nuclear War

Moments ago, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists moved the infamous Doomsday Clock 30 seconds closer to midnight, marking the increased likelihood of global catastrophe. The Doomsday Clock now stands at 2-and-a-half minutes to midnight. This is the closest the world has been to the brink, according to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, since the United States and the Soviet Union tested hydrogen bombs in 1953.

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