Publications, Resources and Links
Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy is an educational, non-profit organization, which offers a wide range of written information, books, articles and papers in the field of nuclear disarmament, policy and law.
Mapping the Issues: Interactive Maps on Nuclear Disarmament, Genocide, Space Security, and Arctic Security, The Simons Foundation, launched July 2012. Content for Nuclear Disarmament Map provided by LCNP.
Appeal for Peace
Law School Reading Lists
Nuclear Weapons and International Law, Professor Charles J. Moxley, Fordham Law School, Fall 2014. Charles Moxley, LCNP Treasurer, is author of Nuclear Weapons and International Law in the Post-Cold War World (Austin & Winfield, 2000).
Nuclear Weapons Doctrine, Arms Control, and International Law, Professor Elliott L. Meyrowitz, Michigan State University College of Law, Spring 2004. Elliott Meyrowitz, a member of the LCNP consultative council, is author of Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons: the Relevance of International Law (Transnational Publishers, 1990).
Treaty Regimes: Negotiation and Implementation – NBC weapons, ozone depletion, climate change, Professor John Burroughs, Rutgers Law School – Newark, Fall 2006
The Iraq War and International Law, Professors John Burroughs and Merav Datan, Rutgers Law School, Newark, Fall 2004. John Burroughs is LCNP Executive Director; Merav Datan is former Research Director for LCNP and a board member.
Course on International Law & Nuclear Weapons, Selected Student Papers, Fall 2012 and Fall 2011, Fordham University School of Law
Books, Journals and Articles
The Marshall Islands' Two-Front Fight to Survive and Thrive: Climate Protection and Nuclear Disarmament, John Burroughs, Disarmament Times, Vol. 3, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2014
Disorder or Cooperative Security?
Weapons of Mass Destruction and Human Rights, Peter Weiss and John Burroughs, Disarmament Forum, July 2004
Armageddon or Brave New World: Reflections on the Hostilities in Iraq, Judge Weeramantry, 2nd ed. 2005
Nuclear Weapons and International Law in the Post Cold War World, Charles J. Moxley, Jr., 2000
Warfare or Welfare? Disarmament for Development in the 21st Century, Colin Archer and David Hay-Eddie, 2005
This Is My Homeland: Stories of the effects of nuclear industries by people of the Serpent River First Nation and the north shore of Lake Huron, Editors: Lorraine Rekmans, Keith Lewis and Anabel Dwyer, 2003
The World Court in Action - Judging among the Nations, Howard M Meyer, 2002
Every Monday, the FCNL (Quakers) sends out a Nuclear Calendar email to list national and international events concerning nuclear weapons, disarmament and nonproliferation.