Getting Back on Course

Seventy-five years after the horrific atomic attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we all still live under the existential threat of a catastrophic nuclear war. Although citizen pressure and hard-nosed U.S. diplomacy have yielded agreements that have cut the number of U.S. and Russian nuclear weapons, prevented their proliferation, and banned nuclear testing, there are still far too many nuclear weapons, and the risk of nuclear war is growing. Events and decisions in the coming weeks will determine our nuclear future for years to come. Deep Cuts Commissioner Daryl G. Kimball recommends key elements of an action plan to get the world back on the road toward a world without nuclear weapons here