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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...

In Memoriam: Jonathan Schell and John Rhinelander

The Global Security Institute mourns the recent passing of two men who devoted their lives to pub...

Global Security Institute Congratulates Four Outstanding Leaders

The Global Security Institute (GSI) offers its heartfelt congratulations to two former and found...

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 ...

PNND Annual Assembly 2014

The network of Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (PNND) held a resou...

Thinking Creatively: In and Out of the NPT Box

On December 11, 2013, the Global Security Institute (GSI), in partnership with the Friedrich Eber...

Musings on a New Paradigm

October 31, 2013 Published in the Cadmus journal: Promoting leadership in thought that leads to ...

Its Time to Make the Middle East WMD-Free

published in the World Policy Blog by Jonathan Granoff September 12, 2013 http://www.worldpo...

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 ev...

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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BSG is dedicated to providing reliable information and analysis of global security issues to Members of Congress and their staff, with an emphasis on arms control, nonproliferation, and disarmament.

Through the Middle Powers Initiative, eight international non-governmental organizations are able to work primarily with "middle power" governments to encourage and educate the nuclear weapons states to take immediate practical steps that reduce nuclear dangers, and commence negotiations to eliminate nuclear weapons.

PNND is a global network of over 800 parliamentarians from more than 80 countries working to prevent nuclear proliferation and achieve nuclear disarmament. Membership is open to current members of legislatures and parliaments at state, federal, national and regional levels.