Comment by tine: this can only be a first step, the goal is clear: Dissolution of NATO – for solidarity, sustainability and disarmament As leaders from NATO states prepare for a summit in Brussels on 14 June, ICAN has released a major report arguing that members of the transatlantic alliance should embrace the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, which entered into force this January. ICAN is calling on NATO to take steps to become a “non-nuclear alliance”, … Continue reading →
Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) and People’s Campaigns
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For your interest this is the response to the UK’s Integrated Defence Review (IDR) written by Trident Ploughshares’ Dialogue and Negotiation Team. It has been sent to the Prime Minister and other parliamentarians in Scotland, England and Wales. In peace and love, Angie Zelter, Trident Ploughshares.Continue reading →
Common Road Map to End Nuclear Sharing in Europe With the entry into force of the TPNW (Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons) the governments in European nuclear sharing countries, i.e. Belgium, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands, are confronted with a new reality: nuclear disarmament is now on the agenda in security politics. This gives the peace movement in Europe an important chance to shape a new strategy to put pressure on European governments and NATO countries to rethink … Continue reading →
Meanwhile, others tried to delegitimize it and to minimize its success.
by Tamara Lorincz January 31, 2021
The most significant multilateral treaty for nuclear disarmament in fifty years came into force on January 22. The United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) has now been ratified by over 50 countries and signed by more than 80 countries.
January 24th, 2021, at 19:00 – 21:00 CET (UTC+1)
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The No to War – No to NATO Network denounces the North Atlantic Treaty Association’s (NATO) continuing efforts to obstruct the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) that comes into force on January 22, 2021.
On December 15, NATO issued a statement that once again voiced its groundless opposition to the TPNW. NATO reiterated its commitment to remain a nuclear alliance “as long as nuclear weapons exist”. Continue reading →
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UN Nuclear Treaty achieves 50th ratification for Entry into Force on 75th anniversary of UN’s founding London, 24 October 2020: The United Nations has confirmed that the 2017 Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) has been ratified by its 50th state party, Honduras, and will therefore enter into international legal force 90 days later, on 22 January. “This Treaty bans nuclear weapons production, testing, possession and use, along with other activities that could enable and assist anyone … Continue reading →
ICAN veröffentlicht am 25. Oktober 2020 Atomwaffen international geächtet Heute Nacht, am 24. Oktober New Yorker Zeit, hat Honduras als 50. Staat den UN-Vertrag zum Verbot von Atomwaffen ratifiziert. Kurz zuvor sind Jamaica und die Republik Nauru beigetreten. Damit wird das Inkrafttreten des UN-Atomwaffenverbots binnen 90 Tagen augelöst. Für die Mitwirkung an dem Vertrag wurde ICAN 2017 mit dem Friedensnobelpreis ausgezeichnet. “Ab dem 21. Januar 2021 sind Atomwaffen völkerrechtlich geächtet. Ein historischer Moment für einen Jahrzehnte alten Kampf. Während … Continue reading →