IDN (In-DepthNews) covered the release of the final report from BASIC’s next generation project. The article goes on to say:
A new study released on January 14 by the British American Security Information Council (BASIC), a Washington-based think tank, has attempted to reframe the narrative on nuclear weapons.
How is nuclear disarmament being viewed by the next generation of policy makers who will inherit thousands of nuclear weapons – particularly when the policy on nuclear weapons is all-too-often constrained by the legacy of past generations?
The study, which sums up the findings from a 14-month long project, is expected “to serve as a point of departure in developing innovative ideas and engaging more people within the next generation of policy shapers in the interests of furthering nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament.”
“Innovative thinking is needed to overcome deeply entrenched attitudes and slow progress in the shared responsibility to strengthen nuclear non-proliferation measures and achieve global security through nuclear disarmament,” the Report argues.
Read the full coverage on InDepthNews’ website: http://www.indepthnews.info/index.php/global-issues/2675-new-study-says-next-generation-remains-oblivious-to-nuclear-dangers