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What Would Gandhi Say? GSI Newsletter, Fall 2014

Events, reports, and analysis Mahatma Gandhi at the United Nationsphoto credit: Michael Gree...

Nuclear Weapons are Unworthy of Civilization

Presentation delivered on the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons a...

A Beacon of Hope

Far from extinguishing hopes for progress in nuclear disarmament, the violence-torn summer of 201...

Major Powers Must Unite Behind the UN

The failure of the major powers to overcome their narrow, short-term interests has crippled the U...

Granoff Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize; Deepak Chopra interview

The Global Security Institute is honored to have its president, Jonathan Granoff, nominated for...

From Chaos, A New Security Order

Huffington Post op/ed by Rhianna Tyson Kreger and Jonathan Granoff To many if not most, the prese...

Cooperation in Action: GSI eNewsletter, Spring, 2014

Events, reports, and analysis Spring, 2014 A Message from the President The Global Securi...

Nuclear Weapons and the Moral Compass

The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty has 190 member States, more than any other treaty addressin...

Security Reflections: A Holistic Approach without Nuclear Weapons

Lead article published in Eruditio, the e-journal of the World Academy of Art and Science, March ...

A UN Celebration: Love Towards All, Malice Towards None

(L-R): Anwar ul Haque Chishty, Jonathan Granoff, Salman Chishty, Ambassador Hardeep Singh Pur...

Disarmament & Peace Education
Nobel Laureates for a Nuclear Weapons-Free World

Nobel Laureates for a Nuclear Weapons-Free World

Nobel Peace Laureates are an important voice for a safer, saner planet. Through the World Summit...

Take action! Here's what you can do.

Take action! Here's what you can do.

"A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that e...

Disarmament and Peace Education program

Disarmament and Peace Education program

The Disarmament and Peace Education section of this website is intended for people who care abou...

Country Profiles

Country Profiles

Who has nuclear weapons? How did they acquire them? Which countries renounced the nuclear arms ra...

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