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David Krieger

Founder and President of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, NAPF, since 1982. NAPF is a non-profit, non-partisan international educational organization.
PhD in political science and a graduate (cum laude) of the Santa Barbara College of Law. NAPF has initiated several important peace projects such as a World Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons and a Magna Carta for the Nuclear Age calling for individual accountability for crimes under international law. Krieger who has made the abolition of nuclear weapons a life-time commitment, is the author and editor of numerous books on global issues: disarmament, technology, earth citizenship, and editor of the Waging Peace Series. He also serves as adviser to a number of foundations including the Foundation for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court and the Committee of 100 for Tibet.

David Krieger became an adviser to the foundation in 1992.


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David Krieger, November 25, 2011
Occupy peace

David Krieger, November 4, 2011
The extreme costs of nuclear weapons
The world spends almost twice as much on nuclear weapons alone than it would cost to achieve the Global Millennium Goals!!

David Krieger, August 6, 2011
Hiroshima Day - Remembrance, reflection and resistance

David Krieger, March 25, 2011
Daisaku Ikeda's perseverance and passion for peace

David Krieger, January 17, 2011
Remembering - today - Eisenhower's farewell speech about the Military-Industrial Complex

David Krieger, January 10, 2011
Apocalypse Never: Assuring a future for humanity - with a world free of nuclear weapons

Richard Falk & David Krieger, September 24, 2010
Nuclear dangers and opportunities in the Middle East

David Krieger, September 24, 2010
Nuclear detonation: Fifteen scenarios on how a nuclear war could happen

David Krieger, July 15, 2010
The 65th Anniversary of the Nuclear Age

David Krieger, June 28, 2010
The 2010 Nuclear Proliferation Treaty Review Conference

David Krieger, June 28, 2010
The tale of two nuclear whistleblowers

David Krieger, June 24, 2010
British Petroleum, imagination and nuclear weapons
On the accidents that just can't happen and how people of caution have been mocked.

David Krieger, April 11, 2010
The new U.S. Nuclear Posture Review

David Krieger, September 15, 2009
The Challenge of Abolishing Nuclear Weapons

David Krieger, July 6, 2009
Disappointing progress on nuclear disarmament in Moscow

David Krieger, May 8, 2009
The 100-Day Nuclear Disarmament Agenda
President Obama scores high

David Krieger, May 7, 2009
The Sunflower - from the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
The monthly e-newsletter providing educational information on nuclear weapons abolition and other issues relating to global security - one of the most trustworthy, clear-sighted and persistent efforts to create a saner world.

David Krieger, April 8, 2009
President Obama's call for a world free of nuclear weapons

A perspective on his speech in Prague.

David Krieger, November 19, 2008
Robert Gates and our nuclear future
If we are to succeed in eliminating nuclear weapons globally, Gates’ argument needs to be carefully examined.

David Krieger, November 5, 2008
President-elect Barack Obama and a world free of nuclear weapons

David Krieger, October 31, 2008
A Return to Sanity:
United States leadership for a Nuclear-Weapons Free World

A Briefing for the New President

David Krieger, 10:e september 2008
Congress Has the Last Chance to Say No to the US-India Nuclear Proliferation Deal

David Krieger - video
On the necessity of a nuclear-free world - and what the Nucler Age Peace Foundation is all about.

David Krieger, April 9, 2008
Accountability for the Iraq War

David Krieger, April 4, 2008
Martin Luther King's legacy of peace

David Krieger with Stanley K. Sheinbaum, March 6, 2008
Preventing Future Nuclear Catastrophes

David Krieger, February 4, 2008
Required reading for assuring the future
Jonathan Schell's new book on the nuclear dilemma

David Krieger and Walter Cronkite, Common Dreams - December 4, 2007
Our troops must leave Iraq
Congress must act. Although Congress never declared war, as required by the Constitution, they did give the president the authority to invade Iraq. Congress must now withdraw that authority and cease its funding of the war.

David Krieger, October 31, 2007
The Sunflower Newsletter on nuclear policies and abolition

David Krieger, September 27, 2007
US leadership for a nuclear weapons free world
Here is the argument against the "death plan"

David Krieger, August 10, 2007
The greatest immediate danger to humanity
The more nuclear weapons in the world, the more likely they will end up in the hands of terrorist extremists incapable of being deterred. The longer nations rely on nuclear weapons for security, the more likely it is that they will be used, by accident or design.

David Krieger, January 6, 2007
Four Cold Warriors' plea for a nuclear-free world

David Krieger, December 10, 2006
Teaching peace

David Krieger, September 10, 2006
Preventing a nuclear 9/11

David Krieger, April 6, 2006
Why nations go nuclear

PressInfo 239, March 29, 2006
The Non-Proliferation treaty is failing: What now?

PressInfo 238, March 29, 2006
India, Iran and U.S. nuclear hypocrisy

PressInfo 236, March 28, 2006
Iran, international law and nuclear disarmament

David Krieger, September 18, 2005
US nuclear Hypocrisy: Bad for the U.S., bad for the world

David Krieger, TFF Associate, and Carah Ong, April 28, 2005
Back to Basics. Reviving Nuclear Disarmament in the Non-Proliferation Regime

Saving the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

Today is not a good day for war - New book of poems

Meeting the Russell-Einstein challenge to humanity today

Nuclear Disarmament in a Time of Globalization

Kerry pledges to give nuclear terrorism top priority

US Presidential Elections: An Opportunity for Debate on US Nuclear Weapons Policy

King's Message on Vietnam is Relevant to Iraq

The Sunflower (posted on NAPF)

Looking Back on 2003

The Second Nuclear Age


What Victory?

Approaching the Second Anniversary of 9/11

Ten Myths about Nuclear Weapons
With Angela McCracken

NAPF Statement.

The Big Lie

Economic Justice for All 

Facing the Failures of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Regime - with Devon Chaffee

Ten Lessons of the Iraq War

The Meaning of Victory

A Modest Proposal: Giving Bush and Blair a Deadline - with Richard Falk

Five Ways to Stop War

On the Brink of War

The Iraq Crisis and International Law - with Richard Falk

Reflections on the New Year

The Bush Administration's Nuclear Policies and the Response of Citizens

We can stop this war before it begins

A Bleak Day for America

The Bush Administration's Assault on International Law

War on Iraq: Not the president's decision - with Richard Falk

No War Against Iraq - with Richard Falk

Policies Rooted in Arrogance Are Certain to Fail

Unusual Courage from 31 Members of Congress

Farewell to the ABM Treaty

Stop Nuclear War in South Asia: Resources for the promotion of nuclear abolition

The President has gone too far

A Peace Proposal: Bring in the Children

A New Court to Uphold International Criminal Law: the World Moves Forward Without the United States

Tämja kärnvapenmonstret - med Richard Falk

Groups urge countries to oppose Bush's nuclear plans

Taming the Nuclear Monster - with Richard Falk

Nuclear Terrorism and US Nuclear Policy

On Becoming Human

US Nuclear Weapons Policy after
September 11th

The US Nuclear Posture Review

The US President's Other Two Wars

Bush Announces Restructuring of USA

Ballistic Missile Defence - article and new book with global criticism

The unity of lemmings

Preventing a terrorist mushroom cloud

Seven steps to improving U.S. and global security

The challenge posed by India and Pakistan

Reflections on the terrorist attacks

Putting the Chinese Slipper on the Other Foot

Millennium Message - three under-appreciated truths

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