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Solidarities in the nuclear Anthropocene: Prof Bo Jacobs reflects on radioactive fallouts of N-tests

Solidarities in the nuclear Anthropocene: Prof Bo Jacobs reflects on radioactive fallouts of N-tests

Consequences of Nuclear Tests, Pokhran and Beyond: An Interview with Prof. Robert Jacobs | DiaNuke.org Editor’s note: On the 25th anniversary of the N-tests in South Asia, we are reproducing a DiaNuke.org interview with Prof. Robert Jacobs of the Hiroshima Peace Institute, Japan on the various human, climatic and politicalRead More

DiaNuke Invite: Book Discussion with Prof Bo Jacobs, February 23, 2022 on ‘Nuclear Bodies: The Global Hibakusha’

DiaNuke Invite: Book Discussion with Prof Bo Jacobs, February 23, 2022 on ‘Nuclear Bodies: The Global Hibakusha’

Symposium Invitation We are pleased to announce a symposium to discuss the new book Nuclear Bodies: The Global Hibakusha (to be released on March 29, 2022). The author Robert A. Jacobs, professor of history at the Hiroshima Peace Institute of Hiroshima City University, will be interviewed by Dennis Riches, CenterRead More

Why the American Narrative of Hiroshima needs to be dismantled

Why the American Narrative of Hiroshima needs to be dismantled

Robert Jacobs & Ran Zwigenberg | CounterPunch A photograph of Hiroshima seen from a US airplane after the attack, autographed by Enola Gay pilot Paul Tibbets. In August 1945, the United States attacked two cities in Japan with nuclear weapons in the last days of World War Two. The USRead More

The Pain and Politics of Hiroshima

The Pain and Politics of Hiroshima

Hibakusha, Hiroshima, Nuclear History, Videos April 28, 2019 at 5:21 am 0 comments

What was it like to experience the nuclear explosion in Hiroshima? What does nuclear activism look like today? And is the Japanese government helping—or hurting—global efforts to reduce nuclear risk?