foreign policy

President and Congress must move the world away from nuclear brink

March 30, 2023

Op-ed in the Ojai Valley News co-authored by Robert Dodge, MD, PSR Board Member and PSR-Los Angeles President.

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Biden, Congress, and Nuclear Disarmament Leadership

March 23, 2023

Op-ed by co-authored by PSR Board Member Robert Dodge, MD in Common Dreams.

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Urge your U.S. Representative to help reduce the risk of nuclear war

March 9, 2023

H. Res. 77 calls on the U.S. government to take common sense steps toward total worldwide elimination of nuclear weapons.

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United Nations calls for Russia to withdraw its forces from Ukraine

February 28, 2023

On February 23, the United Nations General Assembly voted on its 6th resolution since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022. 

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New PSR Report: Humanitarian impacts of the first year of the Russian war in Ukraine

February 24, 2023

This past year has resulted in catastrophic consequences on civilians in Ukraine, as well as those who fled or were forcibly displaced. Read PSR’s new report compiling these humanitarian impacts.

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Achieving Peace in Ukraine

February 24, 2023

Op-ed in Common Dreams by Robert Dodge, MD, PSR Board Member.

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As Putin Suspends New START Treaty, Is There Still Hope for Nuclear Disarmament?

February 22, 2023

Interview with PSR Past President Ira Helfand, MD on Democracy Now!

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Celebrating the ban treaty’s “Banniversary” around the United States 

January 31, 2023

PSR members around the country joined in celebrating the second anniversary of the nuclear weapons ban treaty “entry into force” on January 22.

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Bringing the World Back from the Brink

November 17, 2022

Interview in The Progressive with PSR’s Dr. Ira Helfand.

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PSR Advises Biden: Rewrite the Nuclear Posture Review

October 28, 2022

The NPR disregards the increasing numbers of Americans who are calling to redirect these resources to urgent needs like food insecurity, access to health care, and the climate change crisis — to name just a few. 

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