by Morton Halperin and Yoriko Kawaguchi, Kyodo News, 28 October 2014
    by Ramesh Thakur, UN Chronicle 48:4 (October–December 2011), pp. 26–29
    by Ramesh Thakur, International Studies Review (2011) 13, 34-35
    by Pervez Hoodbhoy, SciDev, 28/09/11
    by John Carlson, as of 04/05/11 [updated regularly]
    by George P. Shultz, William J. Perry, Henry A. Kissinger and Sam Nunn, The Wall Street Journal, 3/7/11

    In an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal, former Secretary of State George P. Shultz, former Defense Secretary William J. Perry, former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger and former Senator Sam Nunn call for nations to begin moving now toward a new, safer and more stable form of deterrence with decreasing nuclear risks and an increasing measure of assured security for all nations.
    by Sam Nunn, International Herald Tribune, 11/16/10

    by George P. Shultz, The Wall Street Journal, 9/7/10

    George Shultz and Sam Nunn Express Strong Support for New START Treaty

    Former Secretary of State George Shultz and former Senator Sam Nunn have sent letters to Chairman John Kerry and Ranking Member Richard Lugar of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee expressing their strong support for the New START Treaty, 7/14/10.

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    former South Korean Prime Minister and former Minister for Unification Lee Hong-koo, former South Korean Foreign Minister and former Ambassador to U.S. Han Sung-joo, former Speaker of the South Korean Parliament Park Kwan-yong and former South Korean Army Chief of Staff Paik Sun-yup fully endorsed the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons as proposed by the four U.S. statesmen in a JoongAng Daily op-ed, 6/23/10
    former Prime Minister of SwedenIngvar Carlsson , former Foreign Minister of Sweden Karin Söder, former Foreign Minister of Sweden Hans Blix, SIPRI Chairman and Chairman of the Swedish Pugwash network Rolf Ekéus endorse the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons and support concrete and practical steps towards achieving that aim, 5/12/10. Read the Declaration
    open letter signed by forty senior European leaders, guardian.co.uk, 4/14/10
    by William J. Perry and James R. Schlesinger, POLITICO, 4/14/10
    by George P. Shultz, The Wall Street Journal, 4/13/10
    by Rev. Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, founder and director of the Two Futures Project, The Washington Post, 4/13/10
    by William J. Perry and George P. Shultz, The New York Times, 4/10/10
    by Hans Blix, The New York Times, 4/4/10
    by Robert Marquand, The Christian Science Monitor, 4/6/10
    by Jonathan Alter, Newsweek, 4/9/10
    by Jean Chrétien, Joe Clark, Ed Broadbent and Lloyd Axworthy, The Globe and Mail, 3/25/10
    interview with George P. Shultz, by Bernard Gwertzman, Consulting Editor, CFR.org, 3/12/10
    by George P. Shultz, William J. Perry, Henry A. Kissinger and Sam Nunn, The Wall Street Journal, 1/19/10

    In this op-ed, the four authors reaffirm their support for a global effort to reduce reliance on nuclear weapons, to prevent their spread into potentially dangerous hands, and ultimately to end them as a threat to the world, while focusing on the need to maintain the safety, security and reliability of the U.S. nuclear arsenal as we work to reduce nuclear weaponry and to realize the vision of a world without nuclear weapons.
    (“For Global Nuclear Disarmament, the Only Answer to Anarchic Proliferation”) by former Prime Minister of France Alain Juppé, General Bernard Norlain, former Commander of the French Combat Air Force, former French Minister of Defense Alain Richar and former Prime Minister of France Michel Rocard, published in French by Le Monde, 10/14//09
    by Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini, former U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz and former Senator Sam Nunn, published by guardian.co.uk, 09/23//09
    by former Prime Ministers of Norway Odvar Nordli, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Kåre Willoch, Kjell Magne Bondevik and former Foreign Minister of Norway Thorvald Stoltenberg, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, originally published in Norwegian by Aftenposten, 06/04/09
    by Zhai Dequan, deputy secretary-general of the China Arms Control and Disarmament Association, China Daily, 06/04/09
    by Samuel R. Berger and Sam Nunn and William J. Perry, POLITICO, 6/02/09
    by Romesh Ratnesar, a TIME magazine roundtable discussion, which included former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, former U.S. Secretary of State George P. Shultz, former U.S. Secretary of Defense Dr. William J. Perry and former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn, agreed that greater cooperation between Washington and Moscow on nuclear weapons is vital, TIME, 4/22/09
    by Charles J. Hanley, Associated Press, 4/17/09
    by Malcolm Fraser, Gustav Nossal, Barry Jones, Peter Gration, John Sanderson and Tilman Ruff , The Age, 4/8/09
    by Dr. Henry Kissinger, International Herald Tribune, 2/06/09
    by Dr. Sydney Drell, physicsworld.com, 2/2/09
    by former Chancellor of Germany Helmut Schmidt, former President of Germany Richard von Weizsäcker, former Federal Minister for Special Affairs of Germany Egon Bahr, former Foreign Minister of Germany Hans-Dietrich Genscher,

    International Herald Tribune, 1/9/09
    by Sam Nunn, The Reader’s Digest, January 2009
    by Jim Hoagland, The Washington Post, 12/14/08
    by Drake Bennett, The Boston Globe, 11/23/08
    The Economist print edition, 11/13/08
    by Susan Cornwell, Reuters, 11/03/08
    by Talat Massood, a retired Lieutenant General of the Pakistan Army,

    Daily Times, 10/30/08
    by Brad Norington, The Australian, 10/21/08
    by Charles Colson, Catholic Exchange, 10/18/08

    by Madeleine Coorey, Agence France Presse, 10/21/08
    by Beth Maclin, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 10/20/08
    by Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley News, 10/01/08
    by John Langmore, national president of the UN Association of Australia, The Courier Mail, 7/26/08 (subscription required: enter the title in the search box and select The Courier Mail from the drop-down list of publications)
    by Jonathan Pearlman, The Sydney Morning Herald, 9/25/08
    by Martine Letts, deputy director of the Lowy Institute for International Policy and a partner investigator for the Australia’s Nuclear Choices project at the Australian Research Council, The Australian, 9/24/08
    Global Security Newswire, 9/18/08
    by Susan Gordon, director of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, and Martin Fleck, coordinator of the Campaign for a Nuclear Weapons Free World, The Des Moines Register, 9/08/08
    The Oregonian editorial, 9/01/08
    The San Francisco Chronicle editorial, 8/24/08
    by former Prime Minister of Italy Massimo D’Alema, Speaker of the Italian Chamber of Deputies Gianfranco Fini, former Minister of European Affairs of Italy Giorgio La Malfa, former Minister of Defense of Italy Arturo Parisi and Secretary General of the Pugwash Conference (1995 Nobel Prize for Peace) Professor Francesco Calogero, Corriere Della Sera, 7/24/08
    by John Langmore, former MP and director at the UN, national president of the UN Association of Australia, The Courier Mail, 7/16/08
    by Katrin Bennhold, International Herald Tribune, 7/14/08
    by James Kitfield, National Journal, 7/12/08
    an op-ed endorsing the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons by former UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Douglas Hurd, former UK Secretary of State for Defence and former UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Malcolm Rifkind, former UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs David Owen and former UK Secretary of State for Defence and former NATO Secretary General George Robertson, The Times, 6/30/08
    by Carla Anne Robbins, The New York Times, 6/30/08
    published by The American Academy in Berlin, Hans Arnhold Center, 6/27/08
    The Times of India editorial, 6/10/08
    The Sydney Morning Herald editorial, 6/11/08
    by Jonathan S. Landay, McClatchy Newspapers, 5/28/08
    The Washington Post editorial, 6/2/08
    The Herald-Sun (Durham, NC) editorial, 5/4/08
    by Rob Gifford, NPR Morning edition, 2/29/08
    interviewed by Daryl G. Kimball and Miles A. Pomper, Arms Control Today, March 2008
    by George P. Shultz, William J. Perry, Henry A. Kissinger and Sam Nunn, The Wall Street Journal, 1/15/08

    This op-ed recommits the four authors to the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons and the urgent steps needed to reduce nuclear dangers as originally proposed in their January 4, 2007, Wall Street Journal op-ed, “A World Free of Nuclear Weapons.”


    The Dallas Morning News, 11/15/07
    by Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky, Foreign Affairs, September/October 2007

    Summary: The Bush administration has adopted a misguided and dangerous nuclear posture. Instead of recycling antiquated doctrines and building a new generation of warheads, the United States should drastically reduce its nuclear arsenal, strengthen the international nonproliferation regime, and move toward the eventual elimination of nuclear weapons.

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    by Mikhail Gorbachev, The Wall Street Journal, 1/31/07
    by George P. Shultz, William J. Perry, Henry A. Kissinger and Sam Nunn, The Wall Street Journal, 1/4/07
    by Steve Andreasen and Steven N. Simon, The Minneapolis Star Tribune, 11/27/07