Resources

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Center for the Study of Existential Risks

Autonomy and machine learning at the interface of nuclear weapons, computers and people

Don’t Bank on the Bomb

Building on the Ban: Increasing impact by decreasing investment

Forbidding financing: a prohibition on the financing of nuclear weapon producers

United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination

Closing our wallets to nuclear weapons: the necessity of including explicit language on financing in a nuclear weapons prohibition treaty or framework of agreements.

United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination

CITY GUIDE TO DIVESTMENT

HOW TO DISMANTLE THE ABSURD PROFITABILITY OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS

Federation of American Scientists

2018 Nuclear Posture Review

SIPRI Yearbook: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security

Global Zero

Urgent Steps to De-Escalate Nuclear Flashpoints

ICAN

Enough is Enough: 2019 Global Nuclear Weapons Spending

Schools of Mass Destruction: American Universities in the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex

Nuclear Weapons Ban Monitor 2019

Nuclear Weapons Ban Monitor 2018

Unspeakable Suffering: The Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons

ICRC

THE EFFECTS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS ON HUMAN HEALTH

Model law for the treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons

Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons – Ratification kit

IPPNW

Zero is the only option

Nuclear Famine: 2 Billion People at Risk?

Abolition of Nuclear Weapons Campaign Material and Research

Nuclear Narrative

Employing Intersectional Messages to Increase Engagement and Action in Reducing Nuclear Threat

One Earth Future

Open Nuclear Network Publications

Physicians for Social Responsibility

Publications by Physicians for Social Responsibility

Union of Concerned Scientists

China’s Nuclear Force: Modernizing from Behind

UCS Satellite Database: In-depth details on the 2,787 satellites currently orbiting Earth, including their country of origin, purpose, and other operational details.

The Risk of Nuclear War with China: A Troubling Lack of Urgency

The SM-3 Block IIA Interceptor: A New Arms Control Challenge

The New “Low-Yield” Submarine-based Nuclear Warhead

Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation

NUCLEAR CYBERSECURITY: RISKS AND REMEDIES