Voices of Experience

Panel event organized by the Global Security Institute, the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs, and the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs May 7, 2009Project Reportby Jim Wurst, MPI Program Director The May 7 panel “Voices of Experience” lived up to its title with presentations by UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, Mr. Sergio […]

A workshop of “Seizing the Moment: A One-Day Consultation on Breakthrough Measures to Build a New East West Consensus on Weapons of Mass Destruction and Disarmament”

co-sponsored by the EastWest Institute, the Center for Nonproliferation Studies, the British-American Security Information Council, the Global Security Institute and the NGO Committee on Disarmament, Peace and Security Co-chaired by Ambassador Jayantha Dhanapala and Jonathan Granoff Event Report by Rhianna TysonOctober 24, 2008 New York , New York At the opening plenary session, Dr. Mohamed […]

Jane Goodall Presents First Alan Cranston Peace Award to Jayantha Dhanapala

Event Report May 10, 2002 During the two weeks of the Preparatory Committee (April 8-19, 2002) for the upcoming 2005 Review of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty*, the Global Security Institute held several events at the United Nations for delegates, non-governmental organizations and the public. GSI, along with other non-governmental organizations, made an important impact on […]

The US-India Deal

GSI and MPI Adviser Jayantha Dhanapala talks about how the US-India nuclear cooperation deal violates the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

GSI eNewsletter Event Report: December 10, 2007

      A Message from the President Those of us who vigorously advocate for a nuclear weapon-free world are often thought to ignore positive efforts of nuclear weapon states. Let us put that to rest. Here is a short list of several noteworthy accomplishments of the United States. –    A 146% increase in dismantled […]