A Season for Disarmament
April 4, 2010
The New York Times
Just prior to the signing of the New START Treaty and on the eve of the Nuclear Security Summit, Mr. Blix discusses the global movement “…to free the world from nuclear weapons”. Read the op-ed.
Toward a World Without Nuclear Weapons
March 25, 2010
The Globe and Mail
Jean Chrétien, Joe Clark, Ed Broadbent and Lloyd Axworthy
The three former Canadian officials write that, “We believe that the future of humanity is as threatened now as it was at the end of the Second World War from proliferation of nuclear weapons.” And, “We therefore support the goals of our colleagues in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Australia and call on governments and ordinary people everywhere to push for action now before it is too late. Read the op-ed.
How to Protect Our Nuclear Deterrent
January 19, 2010
The Wall Street Journal
George P. Shultz, William J. Perry, Henry A. Kissinger and Sam Nunn
The four of us have come together, now joined by many others, to support a global effort to reduce reliance on nuclear weapons, to prevent their spread into potentially dangerous hands, and ultimately to end them as a threat to the world. We do so in recognition of a clear and threatening development.
"Pour un désarmement nucléaire mondial, seule réponse à la prolifération anarchique" ("For Global Nuclear Disarmament, the Only Answer to Anarchic Proliferation")
October 14, 2009
Former Prime Minister of France Alain Juppé, General Bernard Norlain, former Commander of the French Combat Air Force, former French Minister of Defense Alain Richar and former Prime Minister of France Michel Rocard
Statement by George Shultz, William Perry, Henry Kissinger and Sam Nunn Regarding the United Nations Security Council Meeting on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Nuclear Disarmament
September 24, 2009
George Shultz, William Perry, Henry Kissinger and Sam Nunn
The Summit in the UN Security Council brings much-needed global focus to the risks posed by the spread of nuclear weapons, nuclear know-how and nuclear material. By convening heads of state, the meeting can help build the necessary political will around the urgent steps required to reduce nuclear dangers.