The MIT Chapter of Global Zero believes that nuclear weapons should have no place in the international community. We believe progress can be made in changing the inclination toward military nuclear capabilities. This progress will only come from honest and informed conversations. MIT GZ seeks to provide a forum for discussion about the requirements to achieving complete and sustained disarmaments on the international level.
Located at MIT in Cambridge, MA, our mission is to tap into the local brain-trust at MIT and the surrounding institutions. Bringing together interested students, faculty and staff, we aim to debunk myths, reveal truths and foster new understanding about the complexities to achieving 'zero', in hopes of breeding a generation that believes in its potential and to produce tangible steps towards 'zero'.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 6pm in 4-163
WHY NUCLEAR WEAPONS STILL MATTER; KEIR LIEBER, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
Nuclear News: What’s Being Said and Done
- Current Military Nuclear Related Events: Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Are We Numb to Nukes: Listen WBUR Radio
- Recent Articles in the New York Times
- The Search for a New Legacy, New York Times
- North Korea’s Lesson: Nukes for Sale, New York Times
- Fewer Nukes, More Security, The Economist
- 13 Minutes to Doomsday, The Washington Post
- Warheads Into Electricity
- MIT’s R. Scott Kemp on North Korea’s Nuclear Program
- Frank Stanton Chair in Nuclear Security Policy Studies established in Department of Political Science
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