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New START Treaty Ratified

Senate approves treaty 71-26

On December 22nd, 2010 the U.S. Senate ratified this treaty reducing U.S. and Russian nuclear arsenals. This is the first major international agreement to be ratified since the end of the Cold War, in large part thanks to the work of our member groups, and makes important next steps possible. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)

Mr. President, Put it in Writing

Your signature delivered to the White House

Campaign member groups across the country collected over 50,000 signatures on our petition urging President Obama to use his review of nuclear policy to move us closer to a world free of nuclear weapons. Read about the meeting at the White House by clicking on the headline. (Photo credit: Heather Hurlburt)

Nuclear Weapons Budget in 2012

Time to Shift Priorities

The proposed Fiscal Year 2012 budget would increase spending on nuclear weapons yet again, 20% more than we spent in 2010. Click on the headline for a roundup of budget analysis, and join the campaign to cut the nuclear weapons budget.

Obama's Historic Nuclear Weapons Speech

Calls for a Nuclear Weapons Free World

In April 2009, President Barack Obama made a groundbreaking speech in which he pledged "to seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons." Click on the headline to read more about his significant call for the elimination of nuclear weapons.

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How to be free

A world free from nuclear weapons starts with smart, realistic and verifiable steps. Like taking nuclear weapons off hair-trigger alert. Banning the testing of nuclear weapons. Stopping funds for new bombs. Wishing them away? Not so much.


An Emerging Consensus

You didn't see this coming: Top Republicans, Democrats, military commanders and diplomats now agree we can and should make a world free from nuclear weapons. Of course, three-quarters of Americans agree. Can you help make it a reality?


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