In June 2022, Atomic Reporters will be offering a megaphone to a group of young citizen communicators to report their points of view on three major back to back events in Vienna: a two day civil society conference organized by ICAN, an Austrian hosted one day Humanitarian Impact conference, and the first meeting of member states to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.… Read More Bring the conversation back to nukes!
The Hiroshima Organisation for Global Peace has published a new paper by Andrew Futter, Professor of International Politics at the University of Leicester, on new and disruptive technologies and military capabilities in the Third Nuclear Age, as well as the role of deterrence and the challenges of nuclear disarmament in the nuclear future. Atomic Reporters works… Read More Andrew Futter: Deterrence, Disruptive Technology and Disarmament in the Third Nuclear Age
The evolution of Open Source Information makes it possible for analysts to comprehensively inform about major international developments. Sometimes however ‘seeking the truth and reporting it’ may cause serios security implications on a large scale. “Feeling the Burden: Ethical Challenges and Practices in Open Source Analysis and Journalism” is a report dedicated to deconstruct ethical challenges in reporting on non-proliferation and international security.… Read More Feeling the Burden: Ethical Challenges and Practices in Open Source Analysis and Journalism