Setting the Doomsday Clock

Last month, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists decided to move its historic Doomsday Clock forward two minutes. Spurred by growing concerns about climate change and the lack of progress in nuclear disarmament, the clock now sits at three minutes to midnight. Kennette Benedict, director of the Bulletin and lecturer at Chicago Harris, discusses what the decision means—and why she hasn't given up hope.

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