Argument U.S. leaders must take responsibility for past nuclear atrocities.

A man stands amid the ruins of Hiroshima, Japan, after the United States dropped an atomic bomb, killing tens of thousands of civilians, on Aug. 6, 1945. On May 18, U.S. President Joe Biden traveled to Hiroshima, Japan, planning to meet with G-7 leaders—as well as survivors of the nuclear bombs—to discuss, among other things, reducing the risk of nuclear war. He followed in the footsteps of former U.S. President Barack Obama, who visited Hiroshima in his final year as president. In a short speech , Obama mourned the […]

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