‘Applying a Systematic Approach to NATO-Russia Risk Reduction: NATO’s North-Eastern Flank Reacts to the War in Ukraine’ is the third in a series of four reports that address the current threat assessments and perceptions of nuclear and conventional escalation risks in Eastern Europe and Russia.
On April 21st, BASIC and The Third Nuclear Age Project at the University of Leicester hosted a panel event to discuss what to expect at the next OEWG.
BASIC is proud to announce that we are Network Partners for the 2022 Summit for Space Sustainability, organised by the Secure World Foundation in partnership with the UK Space Agency.
The Gender, Youth and Diversity Programme at BASIC becomes Inclusive International Security.
This change reflects BASIC’s values of promoting inclusivity and accessibility to contribute to building a more equitable international security future.
On March 30th, 2022, the Emerging Voices Network and BASIC launched its capstone event for its focus on Asia Pacific.
Flávia Salazar Sousa discusses the ruling from the ICJ in the case Ukraine v. Russian Federation on allegations of genocide under the Genocide Convention of 1948.
Eva-Nour Repussard and Chris Spedding discuss the finding of a roundtable on the Case for a Proliferation-Resistant Medical Isotope Reactor, convened by BASIC and The Open University.
In this blog piece, Professor Andrew Futter and Dr Olamide Samuel discuss the lack of focus on civilian nuclear energy and the Global South in analyses of the Ban Treaty.