abolition of nuclear weapons

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  • He also sought compensation from the United States government and advocated the abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • Following his retirement from the military he became active in the nuclear disarmament movement, calling for the outright abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • He has written that the idea of the abolition of nuclear weapons put forward by Ronald Reagan may not be realistic.
  • He opposed the abolition of nuclear weapons, arguing that it was an impossibility.
  • The party's proposals included the abolition of nuclear weapons and turning Buckingham Palace into a home for old age pensioners.
  • He has also been an advocate of the abolition of nuclear weapons, and a vocal critic of George W. Bush.
  • IPPNW affiliates are national medical organizations with a common commitment to the abolition of nuclear weapons and the prevention of war.
  • During Barack Obama's successful U.S. presidential election campaign, he advocated the abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • The city governments of Ypres and Hiroshima advocate that cities should never be targets again and campaign for the abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • In a series of public statements, beginning with a major speech at the National Press Club in 1996, he called for the outright abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • Under ICPF and WAAS, Jacobs has written and lobbied extensively for the complete abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • Harney reportedly inspired the creation in 1994 of the Shundahai Network, which works for environmental justice and the abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • There we, as survivors, living witnesses, testified the true facts of our atomic bomb experiences, and we strongly appealed for the total abolition of nuclear weapons and the renunciation of war.
  • From a conceptual point of view, she focuses her public action on promoting the idea of a world free of weapons of mass destruction, and in particular, the abolition of nuclear weapons achieved through cooperation while based on fair global rules and equity among nations.
  • The is a group formed by hibakusha in 1956 with the goals of pressuring the Japanese government to improve support of the victims and lobbying governments for the abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • He dedicated his retirement to the global abolition of nuclear weapons, first through the Nuclear Weapon Elimination Initiative of the State of the World Forum, and then as President of the Global Security Institute, which he founded in 1999.
  • In 2011 Perry joined a team of former government officials from various countries, formed under the auspices of the Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture Hidehiko Yuzaki to prepare a plan for the total abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • Japanese religious leaders were strongly opposed to nuclear weapons- Josei Toda, the President of the Soka Gakkai, issued a declaration, on 8 September 1957, for the complete abolition of nuclear weapons.
  • In 1983, feminists established the Seneca Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice in Romulus, New York, the site of the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention, to demand the abolition of nuclear weapons.