RECNA Newsletter Vol.8 No.2 (March 31, 2020)

Newsletter Vol.8 No.2   Nagasaki special citizens’ seminar: Commemorating the publication of the Japanese-language version of Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War by Susan Southard
— Keiko Nakamura

Pope Francis’s visit to the atomic bombing site
— Chie Shijo

Nagasaki special citizens’ seminar: US Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Asia: Past Present and Future
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

Promulgation of Japan-ROK proposal for a Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone (NEA-NWFZ) (Japanese, English)
— Fumihiko Yoshida

RECNA Holds “Nagasaki Atomic Bombing and Postwar History Research Society” Symposium
— Taeko Kiriya

Does the Chair’s Report of the Group of Eminent Persons Build Bridges to Nuclear Disarmament?
— Masao Tomonaga

Nagasaki Youth Delegation Activities up to now
— Nagasaki Youth Delegation

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.8 No.1 (September 30, 2019)

Newsletter Vol.8 No.1RECNA Newsletter will be issued only electronically twice a year (September / March) from this fiscal year.   Joint ROK-Japan Workshop “From Peace on Korean Peninsula to North East Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone” Held in South Korea
— Fumihiko Yoshida

Publication of the RECNA Policy Paper No. 8 “Nuclear Disarmament in a Labyrinth: Toward Reducing Risk”
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

Participating in the Third Session of the Preparatory Committee for the 2020 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT)
— Keiko Nakamura

Nagasaki Youth Delegation: Activities in New York
— Nagasaki Youth Delegation

Visit to Japan of Ambassador Syed Mohamad Hasrin Tengku Hussin, chair of the Third Session of the Preparatory Committee for the 2020 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT)
— Satoshi Hirose

Kyoto Appeal produced by the Group of Eminent Persons for Substantive Advancement of Nuclear Disarmament
— Masao Tomonaga

2019 Nagasaki Peace Declaration: Thoughts on Inheriting Hibakusha’s Experiences
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.7 No.4 (March 31, 2019)

Newsletter Vol.7 No.4   Strengthening Collaboration with Korean Research Institutions: Renewal of the Memorandum of Cooperation with the Institute for Peace and Unification Studies (IPUS)
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

A New Collaboration with the Sejong Institute in South Korea
— Fumihiko Yoshida

Upon the conclusion of “Workshop III Building a world without nuclear weapons with future generations” of the 6th Nagasaki Global Citizens’ Assembly for Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
— Hanako Mitsuoka

What is the role of RECNA in the gap between the ideal and the reality of the recent Korean Peninsula situation?
— Byungdug Jun

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.27: The notice of withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty – Statement from an atomic-bombed city
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.7 No.3 (December 31, 2018)

Newsletter Vol.7 No.3   PCU-NC and RECNA invites Dr. Mark Suh and holds a press conference at Japan National Press Club
— Fumihiko Yoshida

Members of Nagasaki Youth Delegation 2019 are chosen
— Nagasaki Youth Delegation

Nagasaki special citizens’ seminar: The Atomic Bombings were Unnecessary – UCSB Emeritus Professor Tsuyoshi Hasegawa
— Hibiki Yamaguchi

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.26: Sixth Nagasaki Global Citizens’ Assembly for Elimination of Nuclear Weapons (Nagasaki City, November 16-18, 2018)
— Masao Tomonaga

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.7 No.2 (September 30, 2018)

Newsletter Vol.7 No.2   How to proceed to ’the world without nuclear weapons’: A close aide to President Barack Obama speaks
— Fumihiko Yoshida

The Significance of the U.S. – North Korea- Summit and Future Challenges
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

Library Gallery Exhibition
— Rena Harada

Visiting Lectures
— Taiki Miura

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.25: Nagasaki Peace Declaration 2018
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.7 No.1 (June 30, 2018)

  The 3rd Panel on Peace and Security of Northeast Asia (PSNA) Workshop
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

The second preparatory Committee for the 2020 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference
— Nagasaki Youth Delegation

Outline of the proposal of the Eminent Persons Group
— Masao Tomonaga

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.24: The U.S.-North Korea Summit and Joint Statement – Responses from Nagasaki
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.6 No.4 (March 31, 2018)

  Ms. Beatrice Fihn, Executive Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Visits Nagasaki
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

Nuclear Deterrence and Citizens
— Satoshi Hirose

“I want to be the kind of person who continues to have hope” From the Talk Session with Ms. Beatrice Fihn
— Hanako Mitsuoka

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.23: The Reaction in Atomic-bombed Cities to the Trump Administration Nuclear Posture Review
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.6 No.3 (December 31, 2017)

  Open Symposium How to Confront the Nuclear Threat: Denuclearization and Security in North-East Asia
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN): My Insights as an Intern
— Jo Takeda

Members of the Sixth Nagasaki Youth Delegation are Chosen
— Nagasaki Youth Delegation

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.22
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.6 No.2 (September 30, 2017)

  On the passing away of Dr. Hideo Tsuchiyama
— Susumu Shirabe

Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons adopted by a majority
— Keiko Nakamura

2nd Meeting of the Panel on Peace and Security of Northeast Asia held in Ulaanbaatar
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

2017 Nagasaki Peace Declaration: Make Nagasaki the last place to suffer an atomic bombing
— Satoshi Hirose

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.21
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.6 No.1 (June 30, 2017)

  The First Preparatory Committee for the 2020 Review Coference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT): what was its impact upon negotiations for Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty?
— Keiko Nakamura

“Research Group for Nagasaki Atomic Bombing and Post-War History” was founded.
— Taeko Kiriya

Activities of the Nagasaki Youth Delegation in Vienna
— Nagasaki Youth Delegation

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.20: Global High-level Movement Conference on Nuclear Weapons in Nagasaki
— Fumihiko Yoshida

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.5 No.4 (March 31, 2017)

  Taking up my post–Reasoning from an atomic-bombed city
— Fumihiko Yoshida

Public Symposium: The Threat of Nuclear Terrorism in North East Asia
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

Public Symposium: South Asia’s Nuclear Danger
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

Members of the Fifth Nagasaki Youth Delegation are Chosen
— Nagasaki Youth Delegation

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.19: The 26th United Nations Conference on Disarmament Issues: Reactions from Nagasaki
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.5 No.3 (January 31, 2017)

  Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone: Launch of the “Nagasaki Process”
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

First Committee, General Assembly of the United Nations: Adoption of a Resolution to Commence Negotiations on a Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons
— Keiko Nakamura

Public Symposium: Security Challenges and Denuclearization of Northeast Asia
— Satoshi Hirose

Dis@patches from Nagasaki No.18: The Reaction in Nagasaki to the UN’s Adoption of a Resolution for Negotiations on a Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons
— Keiko Nakamura

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.5 No.2 (October 31, 2016)

  Nagasaki Youth Delegation: Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone
— Hirono Shiranami

Nagasaki Youth Delegation: Peace Caravan
— Ayumi Inagaki

United Nations Open-Ended Working Group ― Issues for the future of Japan ―
— Keiko Nakamura

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.17: The Reaction in Nagasaki to Reports on Obama Administration “No-First-Use” Nuclear Weapons Policy
— Tastujiro Suzuki

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.5 No.1 (July 31, 2016)

  UN OEWG on Nuclear Disarmament
— Keiko Nakamura

US President’s Visit to Hiroshima and Issues for the Future
— Tastujiro Suzuki

The Determination and Faith of Dr. Mahathir
— Satoshi Hirose

Dispatches from Nagasaki No.16: The Reaction in Nagasaki to President Obama’s Visit to Hiroshima
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.4 No.2 (March 31, 2016)

  Looking Back at the NPT Review Conference of 2015
— Satoshi Hirose, Keiko Nakamura

The United Nations Conference on Disarmament Issues in Hiroshima; and The Nuclear Disarmament Symposium on the 70th Anniversary of the Atomic Bombs: “Issues in and a Prospect for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons—In the Wake of the Outcome of the 2015 NPT Review Conference” Amb. Sergio de Queiroz Duarte giving a Keynote Speech at the Symposium in Nagasaki, 29 August 2015
— Tastujiro Suzuki

Nagasaki Peace Declaration 2015—To Return to the Foundation of Peace
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.4 No.1 (June 30, 2015)

  Towards a world free of nuclear weapons: benchmarks and timeframes
— Hiromichi Umebayashi

Attending the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons
— Keiko Nakamura

RECNA Research Seminar: Dr. Gregory Kulacki of the UCS
— Tastujiro Suzuki

Handing Down the Atomic Bombing Experience – Continuing to Speak about the Tragedy
— Chie Shijo

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.3 No.2 (February 28, 2015)

  Establishment of a “Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone” Taken up as an Issue by the United Nations
— Hiromichi Umebayashi

“Denuclearization of Northeast Asia and of the World” the 3rd Workshop Held in Tokyo
— Hiromichi Umebayashi

2014 Nagasaki Peace Declaration : Where Japan shall stand?
— Satoshi Hirose

The Social Responsibility of Scientists and the Nuclear Issue
— Tatsujiro Suzuki

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.3 No.1 (August 1, 2014)

  A Project to Monitor “The World’s Nuclear Warheads Count”
— Akira Tomizuka

The Pugwash Conference Comes to Nagasaki
— Susumu Shirabe

Passing On the Atomic Bomb Experience & the Total Abolition of Nuclear Weapons
— Makoto Takayama

Report: Participating in the Nayarit Conference on the Inhumanity of Nuclear Weapons
— Keiko Nakamura

Nagasaki Youth Delegation: Towards a Building New Bridges Between Heiden and Nagasaki
— Kenichi Ejima

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.2 No.2 (February 28, 2014)

  A Look Back on the Year After Our Founding
— Hiromichi Umebayashi

2nd Preparatory Committee for the 2015 NPT Review Conference: Mounting Issues & Faint Hopes
— Satoshi Hirose, Keiko Nakamura

Unification at the Nuclear Weapon Free Zone Workshop in Seoul & the United Nations Open-ended Working Group
— Hiromichi Umebayashi

2013 Nagasaki Peace Declaration* The Frustrations of Nagasaki, a Victim of the Atomic Bomb
— Satoshi Hirose

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.2 No.1 (August 1, 2013)

  How the Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition was Formed: Events Leading to Establishment of RECNA
— Susumu Shirabe

RECNA Research Project: Quest for a Bold Negotiating Package for the Denuclearization of Northeast Asia
— Hiromichi Umebayashi

Proposal for Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons as International Humanitarian Law
— Satoshi Hirose

Monitoring the UN First Committee
— Keiko Nakamura

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RECNA Newsletter Vol.1 No.1 (December 31, 2012)

  On the commencement of publication: The RECNA Resolved to Shift Conditions toward a World Free of Nuclear Weapons and to Bring Up Youth Leaders
— Hiromichi Umebayashi

Joint hosting with PNND Japan of a report meeting for diet members
— Keiko Nakamura

The 2012 Nagasaki Peace Declaration
— Mariko Mine

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