Category Archives: Alyn Ware

Parliaments towards a nuclear weapon free world

On the 20th of March, The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), a global organisation of most of the world’s parliaments, adopted a landmark resolution Toward a Nuclear Weapon Free World: The Contribution of Parliaments. The resolution calls on parliaments to “work with their governments on eliminating the role of nuclear weapons in security doctrines” and to “urge […]

25th anniversary of Chernobyl disaster

“The lesson of Fukushima is clear: natural disasters and accidents will happen. If it can go wrong sooner or later it will go wrong. Murphy’s law and nuclear technology do not mix. Fukushima is not the first – and won’t be the last – nuclear disaster as long as countries continue to operate nuclear power […]

Alyn Ware (New Zealand, RLA 2009)

Alyn Ware will attend the five-yearly Review Conference of States Parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) in New York at the UN in May. Ware believes that the conditions in the wake of President Obama’s new nuclear policy are favourable to come to a real break-through to abolish nuclear weapons. “The UN Secretary-General’s nuclear […]