GSI eNews: Recent and Upcoming Activities

February 3, 2014 The Global Security Institute (GSI) works to strengthen international cooperation based on the rule of law, with a particular focus on achieving the security of a world without nuclear weapons.  You can support our work by sharing this eNews with friends, following us on social media, and by your tax-deductible donations to our work. […]

Nuclear Weapons Threats and Solutions: A Luncheon at the United Nations

On October 28, 2013, the Global Security Institute hosted a luncheon event at the United Nations titled “Nuclear Weapons: Threats and Solutions,” featuring UN High Representative Angela Kane and former US Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr. The event was co-hosted by the Metro New York Chapters of the Young Presidents Organization and the World Presidents Organization, […]

Widener University School of Law Event

On November 29, 2011, the Widener University School of Law hosted BSG Chairman Thomas Graham for “A Discussion on Nuclear Disarmament with a Great American Ambassador” featuring US Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr. Ambassador Graham, chairman of the Bipartisan Security Group and member of the Global Security Institute Board of Directors, has served as a senior […]

GSI eNewsletter: October 1, 2004

Dear Friends: The Presidential election in the U.S. will have an enormous impact on the world’s future. During the first Presidential Debate, the candidates both declared that the most important and serious issue before America and the world is the threat posed by nuclear weapons. We agree. Yet there are clear differences between the nuclear weapon […]

GSI eNewsletter: January 8, 2007

January 8, 2007 A message from GSI President Jonathan Granoff Dear Friends,     Testimony before the US Congressional Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations     On September 26, 2006, BSG Chairman Ambassador Thomas Graham and GSI Advisory Board member Frank von Hippel and I testified at hearings at the US […]

GSI eNewsletter: October 1, 2004

Dear Friends: The Presidential election in the U.S. will have an enormous impact on the world’s future. During the first Presidential Debate, the candidates both declared that the most important and serious issue before America and the world is the threat posed by nuclear weapons. We agree. Yet there are clear differences between the nuclear weapon […]

Global Security Institute eNewsletter: March 20, 2007

March 20, 2007 Dear Friends and Colleagues, The Project for Nuclear Awareness (PNA) is an alliance of five expert and citizen groups. The Global Security Institute (GSI) is proud to be a founding member of PNA along with Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities, Lawyers Alliance for World Security, Nuclear Policy Research Institute, and Physicians for […]

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, […]

Testimony before the US Congressional Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations

Dear Friends and Colleagues,     Testimony before the US Congressional Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations     On September 26, 2006, Bipartisan Security Group Chairman Ambassador Thomas Graham and I had the honor of testifying before the Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations of the United States […]

“The Limits of Unilateralism” By Amb. Thomas Graham, Jr.

Remarks by Ambassador Thomas Graham Jr.Washington, DC October 2, 2003 Disarmament, arms control, is not a new issue. In the Middle Ages, the Pope outlawed the crossbow declaring it to be “hateful to God and unfit for Christians.” However, the crossbow was later overtaken in effectiveness by the English longbow. And both the crossbow and […]