It can seem odd that a refusal to act is a good way to motivate action, writes Andrew Simms. But striking has been a tool of change for most of recorded history and for good reasons.

17 September 2019

Barnaby Pace explores how international examples of defence diversification programmes show what success could look like in the UK – answering employment concerns and if Britain's nuclear weapons should be cancelled or curtailed.

10 September 2019

It can seem odd that a refusal to act is a good way to motivate action, writes Andrew Simms. But striking has been a tool of change for most of recorded history and for good reasons.

17 September 2019

Dr Philip Webber, Scientists for Global Responsibility, considers the recent demise of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, and recalls the dangerous decade before it was originally agreed.

29 August 2019

SGR and its predecessor SANA have published several reports and books concerning the threat from nuclear weapons, as well as producing several other outputs. Some of these have been input into international negotiations on nuclear disarmament.

 

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