In a workshop on 26 September, 2018, hosted by the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, Chatham House, and BASIC, attendees across the international affairs and development sector gathered to consider how we can implement gender sensitivity in research forward into practical action.
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.
On 20 November, the APPG on Global Security and Non-Proliferation held a meeting to discuss the state of US relations with Iran and North Korea following the Singapore summit and reinstatement of US sanctions against Iran.
This is a roundtable report for the roundtable ‘Pragmatic Leadership to achieve progress on disarmament: Finding Stepping Stones in the Step-by-Step approach’, organised by BASIC in London on 22 November 2018.
The roundtable assessed the general health of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), the state of nuclear disarmament and arms control, and what leadership means in creating a cooperative approach at the 2020 NPT Review Conference.
In advance of the NATO Summit in Brussels on 11-12 July 2018, BASIC, ICCS Birmingham, NATO Watch and King’s College London examined trends in transatlantic security, nuclear weapons proliferation and the attitudes and assumptions underlying current NATO policy.
The BASIC/UNA-UK report Meaningful Multilateralism, future UK leadership on nuclear disarmament, was discussed in parliament at a BASIC roundtable in July 2017.
On the 13th September, BASIC, British Pugwash and the University of Leicester hosted a conference at the National Liberal Club, London on emerging undersea technologies and how they could affect the operation of ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs).