Read the latest update: World peace has never been more at peril, as the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists determined on 24 January this year, when they moved the hands of the Doomsday Clock to 90 seconds before midnight – the closest it has been since it was established in 1947.
The Peace Foundation is partnering with the Evatt Foundation to distribute 90 Seconds to Midnight, the latest edition of its esteemed journal. This beautifully illustrated, compelling, and informative publication opens with a moving statement from Aboriginal people impacted by nuclear testing, itself a passionate concern of the late Graham F Smith. The editors comment that ‘art poses poignant questions which…reflect on the fundamental issues confronting society’, a belief which drives the work of the Peace Foundation.
For these reasons, we believe this publication will be of great interest to our members and friends. The credentials of its contributors are peerless. They include Gareth Evans, Robert Tickner, Sharan Burrow, Andrew Mack, Steven Starr, Margaret Beavis, Andrew Dettmer, Ramesh Thakur, Stuart Rees, amongst others. The author’s share an urgent concern about the imminence of nuclear war but they offer hope in outlining the steps that citizens can take to avert it.
90 Seconds to Midnight
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