President-elect Joe Biden made a passionate case for the nomination of retired General Lloyd Austin as his…
This workshop will be the first in a series of regional roundtables to exchange views about the future of the NPT as it moves past its 50th Anniversary.
This is a briefing arising from a roundtable co-hosted by BASIC and The Centre for Science and Security Studies (CSSS), King’s College London, on 25th June 2018. This discussion included international and civil society, think tanks and government representatives.
2017 was a tough year for nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. Read our latest Annual Report to find out how we worked towards creating a world free of the risk of nuclear weapons over now the course of 2017.
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.
During the course of its work, the Commission will seek submissions of evidence from interested parties. Written submissions, with the permission of those submitting evidence, will be published here and organised by theme.These are the initial questions that we are seeking submissions on, and we will be adding more as the commission’s work progresses:
BASIC, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, the Elliott School of International Affairs, NATO Watch, and Strategy International have organized a two-day civil society Shadow NATO Summit for May 2012 with the support of the Marmot Trust, NATO Public Diplomacy Division, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.