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Robert Dodge

Robert Dodge

Robert Dodge, a frequent Common Dreams contributor, writes as a family physician practicing in Ventura, California. He is the Co-Chair of the Security Committee of National Physicians for Social Responsibility and also serves as the President of Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles.


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60 Years After the Cuban Missile Crisis—Nuclear War Risk Remains

We now know that nuclear weapons are far more dangerous than we had ever thought.

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Hiroshima and Ukraine—an Existential Teachable Moment

Nuclear weapons do not make us safe and have not prevented war but rather have brought us closer to realizing the catastrophic outcome of nuclear war either by intent, miscalculation, or accident.

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Ukraine, Existential Threats, and Moving Back From the Brink

We can no longer continue to wage war over finite resources and survive in a nuclear-armed world.

Robert Dodge ·


Doomsday and Hope

We must recognize that our global problems and shared threats will be solved not by war but through diplomacy, cooperation and collaboration and finally by appropriate foreign aid providing infrastructure, medical and educational aid, not weapons.

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Nuclear-Armed Nations—Including the US—Must End Their Hypocrisy

Some countries claim that nuclear weapons exist to deter aggression—when in fact they are the most egregious aggressive threat to all of humanity.

Robert Dodge ·


Maternal Instinct Protecting Our Children's Lives—An MSNBC Premiere Documentary

All are encouraged to view this film with those you love and then act to stop putting corporate greed ahead of human health and demand the cleanup of the site now.

Robert Dodge ·


Humanity’s Call to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons

Citizens around the world are calling on their governments to ratify the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty—and the United States has a leading role to play.

Robert Dodge ·


Nuclear Weapons Still a Clear and Present Danger 76 Years After Hiroshima

These weapons do not make us safer and benefit no one except the multibillion dollar arms production corporations who build these immoral instruments of death.

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