In Memoriam: Jonathan Schell and John Rhinelander

In Memoriam: Jonathan Schell and John Rhinelander

The Global Security Institute mourns the recent passing of two men who devoted their lives to public service with an emphasis on reducing and ending the threats posed by nuclear weapons.    Jonathan Schell was a close friend of GSI founder, Senator Alan Cranston.  He...
In Memoriam: Ambassador Jonathan Dean

In Memoriam: Ambassador Jonathan Dean

On January 14, 2014, Ambassador Jonathan Dean died of natural causes in Mesa, Arizona. He was 89 years old. His wit, wisdom, friendship, guidance, and example of selfless public service will be missed. Ambassador Jonathan Dean had been an Advisor to the Global...
An Appeal for Our Future

An Appeal for Our Future

from Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr. December 23, 2013 Dear friend,  The Global Security Institute makes our voices for a safer world impact where it matters–decision makers in Washington, capitals around the world, and the United Nations. Your investment in its...
In Memoriam: Dr. James Martin

In Memoriam: Dr. James Martin

Dr. James Martin, one of the world’s most insightful, visionary, influential intellectuals, died on June 24, 2013 at the age of 79. Dr. Martin was an esteemed and active member of the Board of Advisors of the Global Security Institute. He wrote over 100 books...
A Personal Appeal from Jonathan Granoff

A Personal Appeal from Jonathan Granoff

 “While we sleep, death is awake. Death keeps watch from the warehouses that store more than 23,000 nuclear warheads, like 23,000 eyes open and waiting for a moment of carelessness.”  – Former President of Costa Rica, Nobel Laureate, and GSI Advisory...