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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.

Newsletters

LCNP eNews, June 2014
LCNP eNews
, December 2013
LCNP eNews, December 2012
LCNP eNews, December 2011

IALANA News, April 2014
IALANA News
, November 2013
IALANA News, April 2013
IALANA News, October 2012
IALANA News, July-August 2012
IALANA News, April 2012
IALANA News, February 2012

More LCNP and IALANA newsletters

Blogs

Disarmament Activist
Arms Control Wonk
Russian Forces
Strategic Security Project

Links

Nuclear Abolition Forum
Global Action to Prevent War
Middle Powers Initiative
Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation Disarmament
Mayors for Peace
Western States Legal Foundation
The Nuclear World Project
WMDreport.org
Alliance for Nuclear Accountability
Campaign for a Nuclear Weapons Free World
Daisy Alliance
Learn About Nuclear Weapons
Speaking Truth to Power

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.

Hague Appeal for Peace
LCNP and IALANA, with other organizations, initiated the Hague Appeal for Peace in 1999, a global call to enter the 21st Century with a firm program for the abolition of war. The Global Campaign for Peace Education was created by the Hague Appeal for Peace and is now hosted by the National Peace Academy. The campaign aims to build public awareness and political support for the introduction of peace education in schools throughout the world and to promote the education of all teachers to teach for peace. Resources from the Hague Appeal for Peace include International Law and Peace: A Peace Lesson, Peace Lessons from Around the World, Peace and Disarmament Education, Time to Abolish War: Youth Manual created by Youth for Youth, and Learning to Abolish War: Book One & Book Two.

More websites of interest

Law School Reading Lists

Nuclear Weapons and International Law, Professor Charles J. Moxley, Fordham Law School, Fall 2013. 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

Nuclear Abolition Forum: Dialogue on the Process to Achieve and Sustain a Nuclear Weapons Free World.
- Issue 2, 2011
- Issue 1, 2013

Fordham International Law Journal

Nuclear Weapons and Compliance with International Humanitarian Law and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Charles J. Moxley, Jr., John Burroughs and Jonathan Granoff, Fordham International Law Journal (Vol. 34, 2011)

Obama's Nuclear Posture Review, Charles J. Moxley, Jr., Fordham International Law Journal (Vol. 34, 2011)

Taking the Law Seriously: The Imperative Need for a Nuclear Weapons Convention, Peter Weiss, Fordham International Law Journal (Vol. 34, 2011)

Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security?
[print edition] [online edition]
An Assessment of the Final Report of the WMD Commission and Its Implications for U.S. Policy, May 2007
About
Order Online
Executive Summary
Review by Natalie Goldring

Weapons of Mass Destruction and Human Rights, Peter Weiss and John Burroughs, Disarmament Forum, July 2004

Rule of Power or Rule of Law? An Assessment of U.S. Policies and Actions Regarding Security-Related Treaties, Apex Press 2003
Executive Summary
Briefing paper June 2004

Security Without Nuclear Deterrence, 2010

Armageddon or Brave New World: Reflections on the Hostilities in Iraq, Judge Weeramantry, 2nd ed. 2005

The Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons: A Guide to the Historic Opinion of the International Court of Justice, John Burroughs, 1997

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.

 

 

 

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