My main concern just now is the prospect of nuclear war between Russia and NATO - neither of which I feel much affliation to, precisely because they are potential nuclear actors.
I am on the left, but it strikes me that it's not obvious that the cause of nuclear de-escalation and abolition shouldn't be an ecumenical position.
As I see it, the main issue with nuclear weapons in our current world is that their use would basically destroy our entire current civilisation. Contrary popular opinion, it's actually unlikely a nuclear exchange would entirely destroy the human race, but there would be few survivors, widely scattered.
Compared to pretty much any other concern or popular hobby horse, from any political persuasion, this seems of overwhelming importance (similarly with any other weapon of equal potential). Do people agree with me it shouldn't really be seen as a partisan issue - if indeed that is the lay of the land (potentially, as many on the right and centre are abolitionists as on the left - they maybe just talk about it less)