Nuclear Arms Race

Postnuclear Media Objects of the Anthropocene: Green Glass Rocks and Red Clouds

Postnuclear Media Objects of the Anthropocene: Green Glass Rocks and Red Clouds

Gabriel Ruiz-Larrea | Courtesy: Broken Nature Looking toward ground zero at the Trinity nuclear test site, New Mexico, 2017. Photo: Gabriel Ruiz-Larrea This text is part of the research project An Archaeology of Containment: Exhuming the perpetual architectures and territories of nuclear waste. Revision of the English translation by Daniel Lacasta Fitzsimmons. AsRead More

Full Text: Nagasaki Peace Declaration on 76th A-bomb anniversary

Full Text: Nagasaki Peace Declaration on 76th A-bomb anniversary

The following is the full text of the Peace Declaration read on Aug. 9 by Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue at a ceremony to mark the 76th anniversary of the atomic bombing of the city: Courtesy: Mainichi News This year saw the passing of a Catholic monk. Toumei Ozaki spent hisRead 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

Unlike Covid, Nuclear Weapons Leave No Curve to Flatten

Unlike Covid, Nuclear Weapons Leave No Curve to Flatten

Nuclear Arms Race, Nuclear Weapons April 13, 2020 at 6:18 am 0 comments

Lassina Zerbo | Kyodo News The coronavirus pandemic seemed to come from nowhere, and the battle to beat it is currently crowding out thoughts of another terrifying threat whose “surprise” would cause significantly greater devastation. The tragedy of COVID-19 must take immediate priority, and it has thrown a stark lightRead More