David Krieger

David Krieger is president emeritus of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (www.wagingpeace.org). 

You Are Not One But Many

Haiku on War and Peace

Ten Trump-Away Haiku

Eight A-Bomb Haiku

Imagination and Nuclear Weapons

A Message to Today’s Young People: Put an End to the Nuclear Weapons Era

The Prospects for De-Nuclearization

An Assessment of the Trump-Kim Singapore Summit

Violating the Iran Deal: Playing With Nuclear Fire

Ten Nuclear Wishes for the New Year

Progress Toward Nuclear Weapons Abolition

Decoding Donald

A Peace Prize That Means Something: ICAN’s Nobel

U.S., UK and France Denounce Nuclear Ban Treaty

Probability of Nuclear War

What is Wrong With Trump’s Attack on Syria?

The Nuclear Weapons Threat to Our Common Future

Martin Luther King, Jr and the Bomb

The Most Dangerous Period in Human History?

The Fierce Urgency of Nuclear Zero

The Simple Act of Pushing a Button

Anniversary of World Court Advisory Opinion on the Use of Nuclear Weapons

The 10 Worst Acts of the Nuclear Age

Obama in Hiroshima: the Last Best Chance to Step Back Away From the Nuclear Precipice

Visit Hiroshima: an Open Letter to President Obama

Controlling the Media, Narrowing the Conversation

North Korea: How Many Wake-Up Calls Will It Take?

Obama’s Nuclear Weapons Revival

The High Costs of Nuclear Arsenals

Purpose, Ethics and Nuclear Weapons

The Flaws in Nuclear Deterrence

A Silly Dream?

Shatterer of Worlds

The U.S.-India Nuclear Proliferation Deal

The Crisis in Tibet

Caging the Cold War Monster

Nuclear Weapons and the University of California

The Treaty of Tlatelolco

Troubling Questions About Missile Defense

Why are There Still Nuclear Weapons?

Nuclear Insecurity

Global Hiroshima

Why Nuclear Weapons Should Matter

The Courage of Sophie Scholl

The War in Iraq

Cindy, Katrina and the War in Iraq

Amazing Grace and Cindy

Fable of the Emperor and the Grieving Mother

From Hiroshima to Humanity

To the Graduates