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The Possibilities of Peace, Within and Without

MiND TV interviews Jonathan Granoff, president of the Global Security Institute, on the possibilities of peace within individuals as well as within governments and between cultures.   MiND TV owns and operates channel 35 in the Philadelphia-South Jersey region,...

The Post-Atomic World

As an Evangelical preacher, GSI Board Member Tyler Wigg Stevenson believes that Christians have a particularly important role to play in helping prevent the evil of nuclear weapons from being unleashed onto the world. At the 2009 Q Conference, Stevenson identified...

US Unveils More Restrictive Nuclear Policy

Jonathan Granoff on Associated Press television discussing the security-enhancing cooperation facilitated by the new START treaty and the Nuclear Posture Review.

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.

The Three Most Important Legal Instruments

GSI President Jonathan Granoff discusses what he believes are the three most important legan instruments of the 20th century: the UN Charter, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the nuclear Non-Prolieration Treaty.  

Interviews with GSI leadership and staff during the NPT PrepCom

May 2007 During the 2007 NPT PrepCom in Vienna, interviewed several GSI leaders on various aspects of the nuclear non-proliferation regime. » "The Ladder of Nuclearism," GSI President Jonthan Granoff » "The Importance of the NPT," GSI...

The Greatest Threat

Jonathan Granoff talks about the current state of the world's nuclear arsenals. If the five declared nuclear weapons states cannot stop producing new nuclear weapons, he says, then what hope has the world of stopping nations like North Korea or Iran?