GSI eNewsletter: June 7, 2007

The Global Security Institute endeavors to consistently provide relevant, insightful communications to advance the rule of law, the moral imperative to ensure a sustainable future and the elimination of nuclear weapons. We hope you find this material of value. GSI Policy Brief: “Advancing a Cooperative Security Regime in Outer Space,” GSI Program Officer Rhianna Tyson, […]

Towards a Nuclear Weapon Free World

Special Book Promotion at the United Nations May 5, 2009 Project Report by Sarah Webb On May 5, 2009, the United Nations Bookstore hosted a special event to promote the book, “Towards a Nuclear Weapon Free World,” edited by Manpreet Sethi and published by the Centre for Air Power Studies and Kalpana Shukla. The book […]

Unending Crisis: New book by BSG Chairman Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr.

With a foreward by Hans Blix                                                                                                                                    In Unending Crisis, Thomas Graham Jr. examines the second Bush administration’s misguided management of foreign policy, the legacy of which has been seven major – and almost irresolvable – national security crises involving North Korea, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, the Arab-Israeli conflict in Palestine, and nuclear proliferation. Unending Crisis […]

Books: The Sovereignty Revolution

“Senator Alan Cranston was a passionate public servant, a true citizen of the world and an inspirational force for peace. The Sovereignty Revolution, finished shortly before his death, gives voice to his visionary understanding of how to create a world with more friends and fewer terrorists. The Senator argues that we must revise our of […]

Books: Spy Satellites

Much has been said and written about the failure of U.S. intelligence to prevent the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, and its overestimation of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction under Saddam Hussein. This book focuses instead on the central role that intelligence-collection systems play in promoting arms control and disarmament. Ambassador Thomas Graham Jr. […]

Books: Towards a Nuclear Weapon Free World

» Receive a signed copy with your contribution of $200 or more to the Global Security Institute. Towards a Nuclear Weapon Free World Edited by Manpreet Sethi “Towards a Nuclear Weapon Free World” features the presentations made at the 2008 high-level conference in New Delhi commemorating the Rajiv Gandhi Plan to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons, including […]

Books: War in Heaven

When most of us think about the potential of outer space for future generations, we think of world communications, satellite navigation, and scientific exploration. U.S. Space Command, however, thinks about weapons. Believing that conflict in space and wars fought from space are inevitable, the president has called on the agency to weaponize outer space and […]

Books by GSI Experts

The following titles are available for purchase through their publisher or independent booksellers.   Unending Crisis: National Security Policy after 9/11by Thomas Graham, Jr. Foreward by Hans Blix In Unending Crisis, Thomas Graham Jr. examines the second Bush administration’s misguided management of foreign policy, the legacy of which has been seven major – and almost […]

Books: Beyond Hiroshima

» Receive a signed copy with your contribution of $100 or more to the Global Security Institute.   “[Douglas Roche] builds up a political, moral and religious case, drawing on his thirty years’ experience working on nuclear issues as a parliamentarian, diplomat and educator.” – from the Foreword, by Jayantha Dhanapala, former U.N. Under-Secretary-General for […]

Books: Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Destruction

  “Thomas Graham Jr. has cut right down to the essentials about mankind’s most dangerous weapons. The general public will be encouraged to demand better policies.” – HANS BLIX “If security and arms control seem arcane, this vivid, succinct guided tour by a master diplomat with decades of hands-on experience is the authoritative antidote.” – […]