Victims of nuclear testing say the branding is a painful reminder of the devastation they've endured.
Indigenous people in Hawaii, Guam and Okinawa are finding common cause in opposing the forces of empire.
Hawaii’s senior senator discusses missile defense, prospects for peace on the Korean peninsula, and more.
US spending on maintaining and modernizing its nuclear arsenal could reach $2 trillion over the next 30 years
Gender, race, and a militarized Okinawa seen through the eyes of women
With little fanfare, experimental missiles are being launched at the Kauai Test Facility to test technologies being considered for future weapons programs.
Okinawa is home to some of the world's richest marine biodiversity but it's now being threatened as Tokyo and Washington push forward a new US military base built on reclaimed land against the majority will of the people.
Parcels near Facebook CEO’s property auctioned off amid lengthy fight over Native Hawaiian land rights
The U.S. carried out 67 nuclear tests in the Marshall Islands, including Bikini Atoll, from 1946 to 1958 — supposedly for "the good of mankind." The effects were horrifying.
Today, there are nine nuclear nations and the risks are incalculable. But is anyone paying attention?
Survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Japan during World War II visited Pearl Harbor and spoke at the University of Hawaii.
Climate change-driven sea level rise is forcing people in the Marshall Islands to consider the need to build a new island or raise existing ones.
After Guam elects its first female Governor, a female-majority legislature, what will it mean for the US territory's unresolved political status and ongoing military build-up?
As Greenland’s glaciers melt and flow into the sea, Pacific island nations are on the receiving end of some of that water. It’s also the backdrop for a unique artistic collaboration between two indigenous poets from opposite ends of the earth.