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GSI Is Hiring!

The Global Security Institute is hiring an executive assistant to the president. The assistant wi...

United Nations Hosts First Ever International Day of Yoga

On June 21, 2015, the United Nations hosted the first ever International Day of Yoga. Dignitarie...

GSI President Speaks at Third Conference of States Parties and Signatories to Treaties that Establish Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones and Mongolia

On April 24, 2015, GSI President Jonathan Granoff was invited to speak on behalf of civil society...

The Iran Deal is a Terrible Blow... To War Profiteers (Theirs and Ours)

The below article, by Jonathan Granoff, was originally published in the Huffington Post on April ...

Former US Defense Department Official and Former Holy See Advisor to Address Legal and Moral Aspects of Nuclear Weapon Use

For Immediate Release April 28, 2015: (New York) Can nuclear possessor states reconcile their us...

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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...

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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...

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Country Profiles

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

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GSI Team News & Reports

President Obama: A Chance to Lead

The below article, by Jonathan Granoff, was originally published in the Huffington Post on May 2,...

Nuclear non-proliferation: We must keep working for a world without nuclear weapons (yes, it's possible)

by James Goodby and Steven Pifer April 24, 2015 At the Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conferenc...

The Iran Deal is a Terrible Blow... To War Profiteers (Theirs and Ours)

The below article, by Jonathan Granoff, was originally published in the Huffington Post on April ...