An Appeal for Our Future

from Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr. December 23, 2013 Dear friend,  The Global Security Institute makes our voices for a safer world impact where it matters–decision makers in Washington, capitals around the world, and the United Nations. Your investment in its work will make a difference.    My work has been and remains dedicated to advancing […]

Ambassador Graham at the American Physical Society Forum on Physics and Society

On November, 2, 2013, Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr., delivered remarks at the American Physical Society Forum on Physics and Society, centered on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and its relationship to the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty. In it, he reiterated his call, first delivered at the GSI-hosted special luncheon at the United Nations on October 28, for […]

New Multimedia and Analysis

Deepak Chopra and Jonathan Granoff on Sirius Radio Dr. Deepak Chopra, one of the world’s most influential advocates of well being and peace, is featuring GSI President Jonathan Granoff on a series of interviews for his video blog, Intent, and Sirius Radio show. » Click here to watch clips from the first interview » Peruse […]

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 […]

Space Security: Core Issues and Questions

Event Report by John Koogler, GSI & Sarah Estabrooks, Project Plougshares United Nations, New York October 11, 2005 United Nations, New York – On October 11, 2005, The Global Security Institute and the (Space Security Index (SSI)) co-hosted an event at the United Nations, entitled Space Security: Core Issues and Questions. Intended to explore core […]

Lessons for the Future from the Crucible of Experience

Event Report by Matt Werner May 24, 2005 United Nations, New York – On May 24th, the Global Security Institute presented a panel of outstanding experts whose unique experiences at the center of the nuclear weapons crisis qualify them to offer insights for the future. Robert McNamara, former U.S. Secretary of Defense, Ted Sorensen, former […]

Iran: The Course Ahead

  By Thomas Graham Ambassadors Perspective March 15, 2012   Iran has been pursuing a nuclear program for nearly four decades.  It began when the Shah was in power, was initially not continued by the Islamic Republic but by the late 1980’s was resumed again in earnest.  Iran has been a party to the Nuclear […]

Arms Control Has Been Bipartisan

  Wall Street Journal LTE by Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr.   In “Why Democrats Fail at Arms Control” (op-ed, Sept. 24), Stephen Rademaker argues that Democratic presidents have failed with Russia on strategic arms control agreements because of “their excessive enthusiasm and ambition.” I disagree. In fact, at least until 2001, the conduct of the […]

Nuclear Testing and Proliferation: An Inextricable Connection

Disarmament Diplomacy by Thomas Graham, J.r and David Hafemeister   President Obama’s call in Prague to complete the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) was widely praised on the global stage. But what will be entailed for the United States to ratify the CTBT and reinvigorate international efforts to secure the remaining signatures and ratifications […]

Mr. Obama and Nuclear Weapons

Washington Post Letter to the Editor Thomas Graham, Jr. April 13, 2009 Anne Applebaum claimed that worldwide elimination of nuclear weapons was President Obama’s idea [“Yes, We Can . . . Disarm?” op-ed, April 7]. But President Ronald Reagan called for the elimination of “all nuclear weapons,” which he denounced as “totally irrational, totally inhumane, […]