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Taken in March 1946, a photograph shows the destruction in Hiroshima after the atomic bomb (US Department of Defense via Wikimedia Commons)

Nuclear War is a Melted Wristwatch

Can the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki be “truly” represented?

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  • When news of a new disaster seems to roll in every day… it can feel like there’s little hope. But what if we had… another option? Not just to reverse course on climate change, but to set the course for a better future. Carol Cohn and Claire Duncanson think we do. GUESTS: Carol Cohn, University[...]
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  • When does something as deeply personal as abortion become a matter of foreign policy? Maybe when it becomes a stand-in for national values and belief systems. Or maybe when it becomes a clever wedge to divide societies. Today, Polish abortion activists are on the cusp of a huge change. After 30 years of some of[...]
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