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Inspiration and Illumination at the United Nations

Inspiration and Illumination at the United Nations A preliminary report on April 9, 2015 The Global Security Institute is profoundly honored to have co-hosted with the Holy See a remarkably…

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What Would Gandhi Say? GSI Newsletter, Fall 2014

Events, reports, and analysis      Mahatma Gandhi at the United Nationsphoto credit: Michael Greene    A Message from the President On September 26, 2014, the United Nations commemorated the…

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Cooperation in Action: GSI eNewsletter, Spring, 2014

Events, reports, and analysis Spring, 2014 A Message from the President The Global Security Institute is an organization with physical and fiscal resources not commensurate with its mission to advance…

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RE: The Nuclear Security Summit 2014 in The Hague, Netherlands

Kudos to The Nuclear Security Summit March 20, 2014: The Global Security Institute congratulates the heads of state and government gathering in The Hague on March 24-25 for their work in improving the security of nuclear materials. We…

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GSI eNews: Recent and Upcoming Activities

February 3, 2014 The Global Security Institute (GSI) works to strengthen international cooperation based on the rule of law, with a particular focus on achieving the security of a world…

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GSI eNewsletter: January 2012

Visions Can Be Fulfilled 1. A Message from the President 2. DPE Activities – GSI hosts Ban Ki-moon on UN Day – Promoting the SG’s Five Point Proposal – Advancing…

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GSI eNewsletter: July 2011

Message from the President MPI Activities     – New Brief: “A Global Law to Ban Nuclear Weapons”     – Ottawa Seminar     – World Capital Tour     – InterAction Council     – Swiss Seminar on…

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Editorials on START

See below for two new pieces on START– the new treaty between the US and Russia which aims to reduce each country’s arsenal to no more than 1,550 deployed warheads–…