BASIC and ICCS are organising an online roundtable with young professionals and experts to discuss maritime risk reduction in the Asia Pacific through the Nuclear Responsibilities Approach.
Read more here about the latest opportunity to join the BASIC team. Applications for BASIC Finance Manager close 29 September 2022.
Marion Messmer (Co-Director) is departing on 9 September 2022 after four successful years with BASIC,…
In the last of our series on nuclear responsibilities in the Asia-Pacific, Ruhee Neog highlights the centrality of making the linguistic move from claims to be acting as a ‘responsible nuclear state’ to the responsibilities in practice that follow from possessing nuclear weapons.
Read ‘Youth, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament: Recommendations from Early-Career Experts to the Non-Proliferation Treaty’ here. Read…
On Thursday 11th August, BASIC, alongside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea and UN Office for Disarmament Affairs, hosted the final session of a side event series to the Tenth NPT Review Conference, on ‘Advancing the ‘Youth, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament’ Agenda’.
Putin’s apparent willingness to introduce nuclear weapons in a non-nuclear war is a watershed moment with implications beyond Europe and the West. In this article, Rishi Paul looks to Russia’s recent behaviour as a lens to understand what the future might hold in store, and draw out the potential implications for international security.
On August 2nd, BASIC, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea and UNODA, hosted an event on ‘Advancing the ‘Youth, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament’ Agenda’.