The following is a list of Reaching Critical Will publications available for download in PDF.
Assuring destruction forever: nuclear weapon modernization around the world
This new, groundbreaking study by Reaching Critical Will explores in-depth the nuclear weapon modernization programmes in China, France, India, Israel, Pakistan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and analyzes the costs of nuclear weapons in the context of the economic crisis, austerity measures, and rising challenges in meeting human and environmental needs.
Costs, risks, and myths of nuclear power
On 11 September 2011, six months after the disaster at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station in Japan, Reaching Critical Will released an NGO world-wide study on the implications of the catastrophe.
Beyond arms control: challenges and choices for nuclear disarmament
Beyond arms control is a collaborative work of non-governmental researchers and activists who critically examine the mainstream discourse of nuclear weapons.
Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security?
A civil society analysis of the current disarmament regime and response to the WMD Commission Report, released in May 2007 by the Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy, Western States Legal Foundation, and Reaching Critical Will of WILPF.
Model Nuclear Inventory 2007
The Model Nuclear Inventory is a comprehensive database of all nuclear materials, both military and civilian, in the 44 States recognized as having a significant nuclear capability. Because the Inventory is designed to encourage better reporting in the context of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), only NPT states parties are included.
Model Nuclear Inventory 2005
The Model Nuclear Inventory is a comprehensive database of all nuclear materials, both military and civilian, in the 44 States recognized as having a significant nuclear capability.