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The latest Evatt Journal Vol 21.2, 90 Seconds To Midnight, brings together national and international thought leaders to discuss the ways in which Australia can play a regional and international leadership role on nuclear disarmament, peace and stability.

90 Seconds To Midnight

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  • Foreword

    Casey Thompson and Huw Phillips


    Statement from People Impacted by Nuclear Testing

    Lowering the nuclear temperature: Australia's role

    The Hon Gareth Evans AC

    Australia and the post-Ukraine nuclear disarmament agenda

    Emeritus Professor Ramesh Thakur

    Personal reflections on Australia's contribution to support the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

    The Hon Robert Tickner AO

    Reflections from Vienna

    Susan Templeman MP

    Sign the Nuclear-Ban Treaty: 'ordinary' Australians want this to happen

    Associate Professor Marianne Hanson

    AUKUS stinks, and that's an understatement

    The Hon Peter Garrett AM

    AUKUS and Australia

    Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor Steven Starr


    A National Security Strategy for Australia

    Major-General Michael G. Smith AO (ret’d) and Professor John Langmore AM

    Northern Territory - A US War Base, What Peaceful Role for Australia?

    Emeritus Professor Stuart Rees

    Risky Business: The human impacts of nuclear weapons

    Dr Margaret Beavis

    The Nuclear Legacy: Connecting Survivors in Australia and Japan

    Tanaka Terumi and Peace Boat


    The Red Cross Case for the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

    Yvette Zegenhagen and Pranamie Mandalawatta, Australian Red Cross

    Nuclear Weapons are a Sin: Working for nuclear disarmament from a religious perspective

    Dr Emily Welty, Jennifer Philpot-Nissen, Ann Skamp and Peter Prove, World Council of Churches

    The Quest for Peace and Common Security

    Sharan Burrow AC

    Manufacturing Workers in Peace and War

    Andrew Dettmer, Australian Manufacturing Workers Union


    Cities and towns across Australia united against nuclear weapons

    Councillor Linda Scott

    Fear, Existential Threat and Nuclear-powered Submarines

    Adjunct Professor Andrew Mack


    It's time to defuse the ticking time bombs

    The Very Reverend Dr Peter Catt

    Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons


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