President Obama has made disarmament a priority. Among the modest steps his administration has taken is the negotiation of the “New START” treaty with Russia. Massachusetts' new senator, Scott Brown, will play a major role in determining whether or not the treaty is ratified or if the future of arms control and disarmament will be thrown into chaos.
Join us to learn more about how the Obama Administration’s nuclear policies and disarmament agenda affect our lives and relate to its overall foreign policy agenda.
American Continuities: Obama’s Asian and Nuclear Weapons Policies
Dr. Joseph Gerson
Changzhou, China, June 20, 2010
I have been asked to say a few words about the Obama Administration’s overall foreign and military policies, focusing on its policies toward China and the Asia-Pacific and its approach to nuclear weapons.
In preparation for the 65th anniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, PMR's Peace-building program is asking you to sign and send these postcards to your Congressional Representatives and Senators.
Join us in asking Congress to sign the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
Parking is in the parking lot of the Iowa Judicial building on the south side of Court Ave. The bell is west of that building. The rain site will be Cavalry Baptist Church, 606 East 9th St. Please bring lawn chairs for your comfort during the observance, and flowers for laying at the Japanese Bell.
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