They say that "One Thousand Paper Cranes" shouldn't need a white person to help tell the story of people of color.
"We have avoided nuclear war not through prudent leadership but good fortune," said Beatrice Fihn, at the award ceremony in Oslo.
August 9th is a good time to remember that the United States has an addiction, and an affliction, of violence.
Hundreds of thousands died after the U.S. bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, according to some estimates.
Setsuko Thurlow was thirteen years old when the first atomic bomb ever used on people ripped through Hiroshima, including
With rare exception, the question of whether the atomic bombs were necessary to end World War Two is debated only deep within
Who are they? The Fellows (25 men and two women) come from many walks of life—the private sector, government departments
The president has said he'd welcome a nuclear arms race. We should be very clear about what that means.
News just broke a few minutes ago as I write this. The Republican leader of our country has decided to use a weapon of such
As an Asian country, Japan understands Kim's motivation. But Japanese politicians his behind the curtain, hoping that the
In Annapolis last spring I saw two young men from the Naval Academy holding hands. Our integration into military culture
For the Japanese-American actor, this subject is highly personal.
The fundamental principles of science are to create, understand, and theorize, all for the reasons of furthering our progress, not diminishing it.
Given their enormous blast, fire, and radioactivity, their explosion would bring an end to virtually all life on earth.
The blast, on the 68th anniversary of North Korea’s founding, was more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, according to some estimates.