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EPISODE THIRTEEN

Jody Williams on the Need to Rethink the Concept of National Security

December 10, 2021

48 MINS

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In a wide-ranging interview drawing on her decades of experience as a peace activist and revolutionary innovator on vital issues of international cooperation Jody Williams discusses the real meaning of security, the need to rethink our global governance architecture, the futility of nuclear weapons, the need to amend the UN Charter to empower the organization to find solutions to the great challenges of our time, and the vital role women and young people can play in catalyzing creative change. Compelling words of wisdom from the driving force behind the Land Mines Treaty. 

Jody Williams

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EPISODE TWENTY-EIGHT

February 6, 2023

56 MINS

Daniel Deudney on Humankind’s Nuclear Predicament

Johns Hopkins University Professor Daniel Deudney compelling argues that our current nuclear weapons stalemate is neither viable nor stable, putting at great risk our one and only home: spaceship Earth. Why is nuclear arms control and disarmament our only way out?

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EPISODE TWENTY-EIGHT

February 6, 2023

56 MINS

Daniel Deudney on Humankind’s Nuclear Predicament

Johns Hopkins University Professor Daniel Deudney compelling argues that our current nuclear weapons stalemate is neither viable nor stable, putting at great risk our one and only home: spaceship Earth. Why is nuclear arms control and disarmament our only way out?

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