Documents

Documents


The following documents are related to the work of GSI, but are not GSI Publications.
 


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Organizing for Arms Control: The National Security Implications of the Loss of an Independent Arms Control Agency

by Leon Ratz
Foreward by Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr.

Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

September 2013

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Student Legal Advocacy & Nuclear Disarmament: Reflections of One Law Student’s Journey

by Kevin Krauss
ILSA Student President

International Law Student Association Quarterly, Vol. 21, Issue 3
February 2013

 
Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

International Humanitarian Law and Nuclear Weapons: Irreconcilable Differences 

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
by Dean Granoff and Jonathan Granoff

November/December 2011, vol. 67, no. 6 53-62

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Call to Conscience: A Ban on Nuclear Weapons 

Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons Cooperation Circle of the United Religions Initiative, a dynamic group of people from around the world including: Dr. Sidney Drell, Roger Eaton,
Ambassador James E. Goodby, Jonathan Granoff, Mussie Hailu, Professor David T. Ives, Dr. Abraham Karickam, the Honorable Secretary George P. Shultz, Rev. Tyler Wigg Stevenson, The Rt. Rev. William E. Swing, Monica Willard, and Michelle Clark.

February 4, 2011

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Nuclear Weapons and Compliance with International Humanitarian Law and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty 

Fordham International Law Journal
by Charles J. Moxley, Jr., John Burroughs and Jonathan Granoff
Winter, 2011, No. 34.

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The Process of Zero 

World Policy Journal
Winter, 2009

by Jonathan Granoff

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Nuclear Disarmament: The Time is Now

 

A resolution adopted by the General Assembly of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA and Church World Service

November 12, 2009

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The Fire Next Time: Faith and the Future of Nuclear Weapons 

Reflections: a magazine of theological and ethical inquiry
Spring, 2009

Featuring speeches by GSI Board Member Rev. Tyler Wigg Stevenson, GSI President Jonathan Granoff, GSI Advisory Board Member Jayantha Dhanapala, UN High Representative Sergio Duarte and others

A publication of the Yale Divinity School

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UK Parliament

Global Security: Non-Proliferation

Prepared by the UK Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee

Including a written submission by the Global Security Institute

Session 2008-2009

Read the submission here

 

 

Reconsidering the Rules for Space Security

By BSG Member Nancy Gallagher and John Steinbruner

Published by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2008

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Securing our Survival: The Case for a Nuclear Weapons Convention

Published by the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms, the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and the International Network of Engineers and Scientists Against Proliferation.

Spring, 2007

» Available from ICANW

 

Legal Foundations and Essential Treaty Elements for a System of Common Security in Outer Space

Presentation and Book Abstract by Dr. Detlev Wolter

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The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and Its 2005 Review Conference: A Legal and Political Analysis

By Jonathan Granoff

Journal of International Law and Politics
Summer 2007, Volume 29, Number 4

Published by the New York University School of Law

Summer 2007

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US Congress

Weapons of Mass Destruction: Current Nuclear Proliferation Challenges

Hearing before the Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations of the Committee on Government Reform

US House of Representatives

109th Congress

Testimony by Hans Blix, Chairman of the Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission; Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr., Chairman of the Bipartisan Security Group; Bker Spring, F.M. Kirby Research Fellow for National Security Policy at the Heritage Foundation; Jonathan Granoff, President, Global Security Institute; Henry D. Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center; and Frank von Hippel, Co-Chairman of the International Paenl on Fissile Materials.

September 26, 2006

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Arms Control and National Security

By John Harrington, Carrie Newton Lyons, Walter Gary Sharp, Sr., Barry Kellman, Jonathan Granoff, and Derek Gilman

Excerpted from the International Lawyer
Summer 2006, Volume 40, Number 2

A quarterly publication of the Section of International Law
Copyright American Bar Association

Summer 2006

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Weapons of Terror: Freeing the world from nuclear, biological and chemical arms

Report of the independent Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission

2006

» Available from the WMD Commission

 

International Peace Bureau (IPB) 

Contributions to the Nobel Peace Laureates Summits


A compilation of presentations and Final Statements from 2002-2006.

Fall 2006

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Perspectives on 9/11

Edited by Yassin El-Ayouty
By Jonathan Granoff

Mr. Granoff’s essay entitled “Interfaith Imperatives Post 9/11: Sovereign Value of the Golden Rule”

Summer 2004

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Advocating Responsible Security

Spotlight on alumn Jonathan Granoff

Vassar Alumnae Quarterly
Summer 2004, Vol. 100, Number 3

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Arms Control and National Security

By Jonathan Granoff, John Harrington, and Bonnie Jenkins

Excerpted from the International Lawyer
Summer 2004, Volume 38, Number 2

A quarterly publication of the Section of International Law
Copyright American Bar Association

Summer 2004

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The Power Over the Ultimate Evil: In the Footsteps of Gandhi and King

Presented at the 2002 Closing Ceremony of the
Gandhi and King Season for Nonviolence
By Jonathan Granoff

April 9, 2002

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Nuclear Weapons, Ethics, Morals and Law

Brigham Young University Law Journal
By Jonathan Granoff

December 9, 2000

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Vision for 2020

United States Space Command

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National Strategy to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction

The White House

December, 2002

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