Report: Responsible Nuclear Sovereignty and the Future of the Global Nuclear Order
The British American Security Information Council (BASIC), in partnership with the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation, and Security (ICCS), have written a report which seeks to foster an international dialogue about the responsibilities of nuclear-armed states.
Podcast: The Next Great Hope: The Humanitarian Initiative and Nuclear Weapons
Dr Jan Ruzicka from the University of Aberystwyth visited the University of Birmingham on 04 May 2016 to give a paper on the role of the Humanitarian Initiative in dealing with the problem of nuclear weapons.
The Limits of States: Ethics, War, and Migration (PDF 181KB)
On the 28 June 2016, Professor Nicholas Wheeler will present an overview of the ICCS' current research project on 'Nuclear Ethics and Global Security: Reforming the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime’'at Friends House, London. For attendance enquiries please contact F.Melhuish.firstname.lastname@example.org
Nuclear Ethics After Nye: Governing Nuclear Weapons in a World of Non-Compliance (PDF 771KB) (June 2015)
In June 2015, Professor Nicholas Wheeler and Dr Scott Wisor presented their work at the British International Studies Association (BISA) conference in London. The paper was part of an ESRC research project on Nuclear Ethics.
Nuclear Futures after the #NPT2015 (June 03 2015)
Written by Dr Anthony Burke. Watching global governance fail is a sobering thing. The 9th Review Conference of the NPT ended late in the evening of Friday 22 May with no final outcome document - no frank assessment of progress, no benchmarks, and no plans.
The Disarmament Puzzle at #NPT2015 (May 13 2015)
This week's blog from Dr Anthony Burke looks at the 'big' disarmament proposals put forth at the NPT, and questions recent nuclear posture, policy and doctrine that are a silent cancer at the heart of the disarmament process.
ICCS goes to the #NPT2015 (May 05 2015)
The ICCS is in New York City to observe the negotiations and conduct research for our ESRC/AHRC funded project, "Nuclear Ethics and Global Security: Reforming the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime". Anthony Burke will be blogging weekly on the conference.