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Ex-nuke commanders: Talk to North Korea, open NATO-Russia dialogue

An international group of ex-nuclear commanders Wednesday issued the first in a series of recommendations to world leaders to head off the rising threat of a nuclear war — calling on the Trump administration to open direct talks with North Korea, urging the United States, Russia and NATO to immediately establish military-to-military talks, and calling on India and Pakistan to set up a nuclear hotline.

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Nuclear Experts Team Up to Advise World Leaders on Avoiding Nuclear War

Veritable who's-who of "nuclear priesthood" say they have grown concerned over Trump and Putin's rhetoric

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Why You Should Care About the Formation of the Nuclear Crisis Group

An elite group of the world’s nuclear experts and advisers launched a Nuclear Crisis Group, to help manage the growing risk of nuclear conflict. The group includes leading diplomats with decades of experience, and retired military officers who were once responsible for launching nuclear weapons if given the order to do so. China, India, Pakistan, Russia, and the United States, all countries that have nuclear weapons, are represented.

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Ex-nuke commanders launch ‘crisis’ group to educate Trump

A global coalition of former military leaders and diplomats who had responsibility over nuclear weapons is launching a "shadow security council" to offer advice to world leaders on how to reduce what they consider to be the growing danger of a nuclear conflict fueled by the rhetoric of President Donald Trump and destabilizing moves by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Nuke experts team up to advise Trump, world leaders

A global coalition of nuclear weapons experts is teaming up to try to advise world leaders on how to avoid a nuclear war.

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