The US military consumes as much fossil fuel as 140 countries combined. Disarmament is important for both human and ecological safety, writes the debater Ida Arneson.
Of: Ida Arneson
War and military violence always involve human suffering and ecological damage. Investing in military rearmament is therefore the wrong way to go. Our time requires instead a courageous and radical security policy, and above all a disarmament policy - for people's right to life in peace, for equality and for the climate.
October 31, 2019, Debate
Following pressure from the United States, Sweden has still not signed the UN Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
Of: Josephine Lind
Following threats from the United States, Sweden has not yet signed the UN Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. If Sweden does not dare, then how should poorer countries dare to take a stand? Countries at risk of withdrawn aid and reduced cooperation. Now Sweden must stand up for democracy in disarmament, writes Josefin Lind at Svenska Läkare mot Kärnvapen.
December 14, 2018, Debate