GSI President Speaks at Third Conference of States Parties and Signatories to Treaties that Establish Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones and Mongolia

On April 24, 2015, GSI President Jonathan Granoff was invited to speak on behalf of civil society at the Third Conference of States Parties and Signatories to Treaties that Establish Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones and Mongolia. Watch his remarks:  Third Conference of States Parties and Signatories to Treaties that Establish Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones and Mongolia from Global Security […]

PNND Activities and Achievements: 2009-2013

The network of Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament engages parliamentarians from around the world on a cross-party basis in key nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament issues, initiatives, and forums, contributing considerably to the prevention of nuclear proliferation and the achievement of a nuclear-weapons-free-world.  Read about some of PNND’s most recent achievements

Its Time to Make the Middle East WMD-Free

published in the World Policy Blog   by Jonathan Granoff   September 12, 2013 https://www.worldpolicy.org/blog/2013/09/12/its-time-make-middle-east-wmd-free Eliminating the chemical weapons stockpiles in Syria through international cooperation and bringing Syria into full compliance with the Chemical Weapons Convention would be a public good for the entire world. However, it would still leave several countries in the very volatile […]

PNND Annual Report 2012

Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament (PNND), a program of the Global Security Institute, published its Annual Report 2012. PNND is a unique international network of legislators from over 80 countries who are committed to advancing nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament.  The tasks required to prevent nuclear proliferation and achieve nuclear disarmament are many and varied—and […]

GSI eNewsletter: June 29, 2010

A Message from the President DPE Activities – UN Panel Event: Sustainable Security for the 21st Century – Calling for Cooperation in Iran – The Middle East and the NPT – NPT Strategy Session – Principles, Values and Global Security – Engaging Students MPI Activities – The Middle Powers Initiative at the NPT Review Conference […]

GSI eNewsletter: December 11, 2007

Contents: 1. A Message from the President 2. PNND Activities – Five Women Leaders elected Co-Presidents of PNND – Christie Brinkley and parliamentarians working to abolish nuclear weapons – Preventing Nuclear Genocide, PNND address by Senator Roméo Dallaire, former Commander of the UN Forces in Rwanda – PNND Presentation at UN conference in Sapporo, Japan […]

GSI eNewsletter: March 27, 2007

Contents: A Message from GSI President Jonathan Granoff GSI Activities – Consultation on Security in Outer Space – Global Creative Leadership Summit MPI Activities – Global Issues Forum BSG Activities – American Bar Association Panel on Nuclear Weapons PNND Activities – PNND Program in the Middle East – Treaty of Tlatelolco 40th Anniversary – PNND […]

GSI eNewsletter: March 28, 2005

Dear Friend: The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) is essential to global security. It establishes a legal and moral norm to stop the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and obtain their global elimination. Its future is at risk. The Global Security Institute is committed to preserving and strengthening the Treaty. In that regard, GSI has recently engaged […]

Global Security Institute eNewsletter: June 15, 2005

Dear Friends: The 2005 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference did not accomplish much needed progress in nuclear non-proliferation or disarmament. Renewed efforts to make the world safer have become more urgent. The interim report below tells how a highly focused civil society organization contributes to addressing humanity’s most serious challenge: preventing the use of […]

Global Security Institute eNewsletter (15)

March 27, 2007 A Message from GSI President Jonathan Granoff Dear friends, Hon. Douglas Roche O.C., Chairman of the Middle Powers Initiative, delivered an impassioned speech, “Turning Pessimism into Optimism: A Growing Consensus on Nuclear Disarmament,” at a high-level conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany in Berlin this month. In that presentation, […]