Ahead of the London CND Conference on Saturday January 14th, Carol Turner looks at the challenges ahead for the peace movement.
Two years after its entry into force, CND Vice-President Dr Rebecca Johnson assesses where we are with the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW).
CND General Secretary Kate Hudson outlines the US government’s latest position paper on nuclear weapons.
The war in Ukraine has many nuclear elements, including the dangers posed by the risk of attack on nuclear power plants - Dr Ian Fairlie, CND.
This week marks "Keep Space for Peace" week, with activities and demos taking place challenging the UK's involvement in the US "space wars" program and more.
"Our own Tory government is stoking tensions, with bellicose rhetoric and its own military build-up.... the return of US nuclear weapons at RAF Lakenheath alongside an NPT-non-compliant increase of British nuclear stockpiles."
"My blood ran cold when you repeatedly stated at that Birmingham hustings that you were ‘ready’ to press the nuclear button" - Kate Hudson, CND, pens a letter to Liz Truss.
The militarisation of space endangers global peace and security; and will inevitably contribute significantly to a new arms race.
A conference to assess the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) has opened this week. CND General Secretary Kate Hudson writes about why this treaty, and its Review Conferences, still matter.
"Join Labour CND in expressing regret and sorrow at the news of the death of Bruce Kent... we recall and celebrate his contribution to the peace and anti-war movements."