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Observing the International Day Against Nuclear Tests. — Kevin’s Peace Musings

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If you’re not aware, today, the 29th of August is The International Day Against Nuclear Tests. Aotearoa New Zealand has long had an anti-nuclear weapons stance, which unfortunately the Prime Minister in the 1980s declared was “not for export”, possibly to appease the American administration at that time. The following is a presentation from Kevin Clements, Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, Aotearoa New Zealand.

The International Day Against Nuclear Tests -29th August 2020 Kevin P Clements Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago As Albert Einstein said “ A nuclear war can never be won and must never be fought”. Its vital that every generation accepts this piece of sage advice, especially when […]

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Author: Barry

A post war baby boomer from Aotearoa New Zealand who has lived with migraines for as long as I can remember and was diagnosed as being autistic aged sixty. I blog because in real life I'm somewhat backwards about coming forward with my opinions.

6 thoughts on “Observing the International Day Against Nuclear Tests. — Kevin’s Peace Musings

  1. In a movie starring Denzel Washington where he is an ex O in a sub he tells his captain that in a nuclear holocaust, the only winner is war.
    It’s only a matter of time before we have a nuclear war

  2. I think it’s worth striving for instead of just dreaming about. As far as I’m aware, dreams are about as effective as prayer in bringing about change. Unless either prayer or dreams motivates you into action, nothing will change.

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