WPSR: In the News
Decades after the Cold War has ended, the US is recklessly provoking a new nuclear arms race. Dr. Bruce Amundson and WPSR staff Lilly Adams were featured on Thurston County TV in June, 2017 to discuss our current situation, and talk about global and local movements fighting for solutions.
Shirley Shimada and Nancy Hansen, Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, March 31, 2017
“The use of even one nuclear weapon would be a humanitarian and environmental disaster beyond human comprehension.”
Read letters to the editor highlighting the united nation's historic 2017 negotiations to ban nuclear weapons:
"US Representative to the UN boycotts talks on nuclear weapons ban," Karen Farnsworth, West Seattle Blog, March 28, 2017
"Nuclear weapons: Shine light on nuke ban proposal," Susan Donaldson, The Tacoma News Tribune, April 6, 2017
"Work with the United Nations," Barbara Sardarov, The West Seattle Herald, April 17, 2017
Dr. Donald Storey, The Spokesman Review, February 8, 2017
Dr. Storey brings attention to the metaphorical Doomsday clock, which reflects the dangers to humanity posed by nuclar weapons and climate change. This year, scientists moved the clock to two-and-a-half minutes to midnight, the closest it's been to "Doomsday" since 1953.
Dr. David Hall and Leonard Eiger, The Seattle Times, September 27, 2016
"We are looking for leaders who understand that nuclear weapons are immoral and must never be used. Nuclear weapons threaten genocide on a scale that decision-makers refuse to talk about."
Dr. Judith Eve Lipton, Psychology Today, March 30, 2016
Dr. Judith Lipton lays out the high-level risk of nuclear war humanity is facing due to the many nations (including the United States) who refuse to dial back their nuclear arsenals.
David C. Hall, The Herald of Everett, January 30, 2016
Dr. David Hall explains that America is fueling a new nuclear arms race by updating its nuclear arsenal, including the Trident warships in the Puget Sound.