Responsible Nuclear Sovereignty

Our research seeks to address the key nuclear issues of global governance, responsibility, and non-proliferation.

We assess avenues for reforming and strengthening the nuclear non-proliferation regime and seek to develop new ethical approaches that can contribute to policy debates in the UK and internationally. Through this work and our partnership with the British American Security Information Council (BASIC), we hope to impact on discussions around the UK’s role in multilateral nuclear diplomacy.

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Posted 01 October 2018

Report: NATO Shadow Summit IV

A summit report published after a workshop held at King's College London to discuss NATO's 360-degree approach to deterrence and collective defence.

Posted 01 October 2018

ICCS Annual Report 2017/18

The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security is pleased to present its annual report for 2017/18, which highlights the range of important research taking place.

Posted 29 January 2018

Fully-funded PhD studentship available in the ICCS

The University of Birmingham is now inviting applications for a 2018 ESRC Doctoral Studentship to explore the concept of nuclear responsibility in association with our collaborative partner, The British American Security Information Council (BASIC).