Tim Westmyer, the host of the Super Critical Podcast, invited BASIC’s Co-Director Sebastian Brixey-Williams to…
The Iran Deal: A Conversation Between Close Allies
The U.S. is at odds with one of its staunchest allies. Why?
Can North Korea strike the United States with a nuclear missile?
Paul Ingram, Executive Director of BASIC, speaks to the BBC’s Chris Sibthorpe about North Korea’s lofted ballistic missile test…
The Escalating Tensions between US & DPRK: BBC Breakfast Radio
On the morning of 17th April 2017, BASIC Executive Director, Paul Ingram was interviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Good Morning Wales. Paul was asked to comment on the nuclear capabilities of North Korea and the potential danger of a nuclear war between the two countries.
Nuke accidents inevitable, public always at risk
Following the 2016 report on nuclear accidents by the Nuclear Information Service, RT contacted BASIC Executive Director, Paul Ingram, for an interview on the public risks associated with the deployment of nuclear weapons.
Hugs, But Not Apologies: What Was the Point of Obama’s Hiroshima Visit?
BASIC’s Ward Wilson was featured on an episode of “Loud and Clear”, hosted by Brian Becker for Sputnik News. In the interview he analyses the significance of Obama’s visit to Hiroshima and the lasting legacy of nuclear weapons.
Newsnight special on Trident
BASIC's Paul Ingram was interviewed in the BBC Newsnight special on Trident that aired on 4 February 2016. The special includes a diversity of perspectives from analysts and parliamentarians. Watch the Newsnight special here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b06zlm8q/newsnight-04022016 NB: This content is only available in the UK, and only until 29 February 2016.
Agreement with Iran: No Longer Enemy Number One
Profil Online’s Christina Feist interviewed BASIC’s Paul Ingram on the Iranian economy, Western interests and the relationship with Israel just a few days after Implementation Day.