Nuclear Weapons

Noam Chompsky, U.S linguist and  political critic, gestures during a talk at the press club in Geneva, Switzerland, Friday, July 26, 2013. Chomsky has become well known for his critiques of U.S. foreign policy, state capitalism and the mainstream news media. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

Russia revokes ratification of CTBT

Putin revokes Russia’s ratification of nuclear test ban treaty Al Jazeera | 02 November 2023 Moscow says the abandonment of the 1996 treaty is designed to bring Russia into line with the US. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has revoked his country’s ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT),Read More

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

The End Of Imagination: Revisiting Arundhati Roy’s seminal essay 25 years since Pokhran and Chagai

The End Of Imagination: Revisiting Arundhati Roy’s seminal essay 25 years since Pokhran and Chagai

The End Of Imagination | Outlook Magazine “My world has died. I write to mourn its passing.” – Booker Prize winner Arundhati Roy on India’s Nuclear Bomb. “The desert shook,” the Government of India informed us (its people). “The whole mountain turned white,” the Government of Pakistan replied. “By afternoonRead More

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