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.
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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

March 14, 2018

On April 3, the Daisy Alliance sponsored the annual Middle Eastern Nuclear Weapons Free Zone simulation at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Participants included over 60 students from Kennesaw State University, the University of Kentucky, and Georgia Tech. 

Words fr...

February 16, 2018

Daisy Alliance is pleased to announce the Annual Student Scholarship/Essay Contest for 2018. The contest is open to undergraduate and graduate students from any country who are currently enrolled in a college or university.

Essay Topic

“The North Korean Nuclear Conundrum...

February 7, 2018

The revised US nuclear posture announced by President Donald Trump on Friday, 2 February, seeks to re-introduce Tactical Nuclear Weapons (TNW) to ostensibly enhance the American deterrence profile against major nuclear weapon powers (read: Russia and China).

However, th...

February 1, 2018

The Daisy Alliance is pleased to announce the upcoming annual Daisy Alliance International Diplomacy Conference taking place on March 3, 2018. This year's simulation will be hosted at the Georgia Institute of Technology with over 60 students from Kennesaw State Univers...

November 2, 2017

Prepared for Members of Congress

A Dangerous Misimpression

Our major nuclear deal with North Korea, known as the 1994 Agreed Framework (AF), is

mistakenly seen as a failure. That erroneous belief creates a major barrier to reining in North

Korea’s nuclear program and incre...

May 29, 2017

           The relationship between Pakistan and India is one of the most volatile in the international community. The two nations have an extensive history of hostility that includes aggressive rhetoric, direct violence, and state-sponsored terrorism. This relationshi...

April 19, 2017

Daisy Alliance Board member Professor Martin Hellman recently wrote an op-ed on President Trump's recent airstrike in Syria. Check it out here

March 1, 2017

C Uday Braskar, Daisy Alliance Board Member and Director, Society for Policy Studies, wrote an insightful and interesting piece on the ongoing unrest and instability in Islamic society in Iraq and Pakistan. You can read his thoughts here.

March 1, 2017

Daisy Alliance

Annual Student Scholarship/Essay Contest

1st Place --    $500

2nd Place --   $250

3rd Place --   $150

Daisy Alliance is pleased to announce the reinstatement of the Annual Student Scholarship/Essay Contest. The contest is open to undergrad...

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