Daisy Alliance is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public charity (tax ID# 45-2294863)

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Daisy Alliance is a nonpartisan peace organization that seeks to eliminate the threat of nuclear weapons through grassroots education and advocacy. We particularly focus on building diplomacy skills and political will among youth and college students in the Southeast. 
 
Our blog features pieces by students, young adults, and scholars who are passionate about nuclear disarmament.
 UPCOMING EVENTS:
 
Middle East Nuclear Arms Control
Regime Simulation Conference
 
November 2, 2019
@ Spelman College

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Back From the Brink: The Call to Prevent Nuclear War

With worsening conditions in Washington D.C., the Daisy Alliance has endorsed Back From the Brink: The Call to Prevent Nuclear War and we urgently call on our readers to visit PreventNuclearWar.org and use the available resources to help bring us back from the brink of nuclear war. 

 

The urgent need for this campaign cannot be overstated.  President Trump just selected two pro-war, anti-diplomacy hawks, Mike Pompeo and John Bolton, to be to be his new Secretary of State and National Security Advisor respectively. Now more than ever we must do all we can to prevent nuclear war and build support for fundamental changes in U.S. nuclear weapons policy.

Daisy Alliance Blog

October 12, 2019

Spelman College will host the Sixth Annual International Diplomacy conference on November 2, 2019.  Students from Spelman College, Georgia Institute of Technology, Kennesaw State University, University of North Georgia, University of West Georgia, and University of Ken...

September 4, 2019

C Uday Bhaskar recently wrote an opinion piece for the Hindustan Times on the impact of the US formally withdrawing from the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) on August 2. Read the full article here.  

August 14, 2019

Professor Martin Hellman recently have a lecture titled The Technological Imperative for Ethical Evolution for the The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Heidelber, Germany.

Abstract:

Almost overnight, the Manhattan Project transformed ethical decision making from a purely...

August 1, 2019

Dr. Gregory Hall, Daisy Alliance Executive Director and Associate Professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky, explains the major challenges since the Cold War confronting the US and the Trump Administration’s...

May 1, 2019

Daisy Alliance Board Member and Adjunct Senior Fellow for Nuclear Risk Analysis Federation of American Scientists has written a paper on the transformation of national security in a globalized world. 

When World War II ended in 1945 our nation was secure from attac...

January 4, 2019

Hosted by Georgia Tech. Come join us for the 5th Annual International Diplomacy Conference on February 23, 2019! Over 80 students from Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State, Spelman College, and the University of Kentucky will be in attendance to  participate in this one-day fr...

September 10, 2018

Living 35 miles from the Korean demilitarized zone (DMZ), the imminent threat of North Korea has always been a part of my life. Although the two Koreas did see periods of de-escalation during my childhood, under the administrations of Kim Daejung and Roh Moohyun, for t...

September 10, 2018

An opinion piece by UK student and Daisy Alliance Intern, Blake Moss

Introduction: Understanding Dangers

You wake up to a cold grey sky, you don’t know the day of the week, the date, or time because all technology has been rendered useless by electromagnetic pulses, a re...

September 7, 2018

Come learn how you can be a part of our new student organization!

June 13, 2018

The nuclear threat has always been and continues to be a formidable and perplexing problem. Surrounding and intertwined in this debate is a set of complex and often opaque issues. The nuclear debate is about global and regional issues, as well as moral and technologica...

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