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Kashmir conflict risks nuclear war between India-Pakistan: IPPNW Statement

Kashmir conflict risks nuclear war between India-Pakistan: IPPNW Statement

Nuclear Disarmament March 2, 2019 at 11:51 pm 0 comments

International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War | IPPNW calls on India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan to take immediate steps to deescalate the tensions in the disputed Kashmir region and to reduce the grave danger of nuclear war.

A Nuke Bomb on New York: 6 million people will perish from radiation and nuclear famine

A Nuke Bomb on New York: 6 million people will perish from radiation and nuclear famine

Nuclear Disarmament, Radiation and Health September 14, 2017 at 11:13 am 0 comments

One nuclear weapon dropped on New York, London, Paris, Moscow, Beijing, Mumbai or Karachi would be enough to kill 6 million people. And if this kind of statistic doesn’t warrant comparison with Nazism, then nothing does.

Nuclear Rhetorics from Both Sides Must Stop: IPPNW’s Statement on Escalating Threats in Korea

Nuclear Rhetorics from Both Sides Must Stop: IPPNW’s Statement on Escalating Threats in Korea

Nuclear Disarmament August 9, 2017 at 8:52 pm 0 comments

IPPNW | The already dangerous crisis in Korea has escalated further with the reckless rhetoric emanating from both the United States and the Democratic Republic of Korea. The wild threats issued by both sides only inflame an already explosive situation. If acted on they could lead directly to the death of tens of millions of people in both countries and beyond their borders. They must stop.

Is the UN report underplaying Fukushima?: IPPNW issues scathing critique

Is the UN report underplaying Fukushima?: IPPNW issues scathing critique

Community Updates July 23, 2014 at 12:37 pm 0 comments

The International Physicians’ analysis is severely critical of UNSCEAR’s current report which echoes its 2013 Fukushima review and press release that said, “It is unlikely to be able to attribute any health effects in the future among the general public and the vast majority of workers.”