Webinar: Common Security, Nuclear Risks and Ukraine
Monday June 27
, 10:30 Eastern Time USA / 4:30 pm Central Europe Time

GSI is a sponsor of PNND and we're proud of the outstanding work they do. This online event will highlight the importance of common security mechanisms like the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), especially in light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and increased nuclear threats.
Panelists: Christine Muttonen (Austria): PNND Co-President. Former President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly. Alexander Likhothal (Russia/Switzerland):
Geneva School of Diplomacy, President of Green Cross International (1996-2016). Deputy Spokesman and Advisor to the President of the USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev (1989-1991). Maria Raczyńska (Poland): OSCE Special Representative on Youth and Security. Andreas Zumach (Switzerland/Germany): Award-winning Journalist and political analyst with a focus on UN and security issues. Bernard Norlain (France): Président, IDN-Initiatives pour le Désarmement Nucléaire. Former Air Defense Commander of the French Air Force. Uta Zapf (Germany): Former Chair of the Bundestag Subcommittee on Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation. Former Vice-President of the Germany Delegation to the OSCE PA. Inaugural Co-President of PNND. Jackie Cabasso (United States): Executive Director, Western States Legal Foundation. North America Coordinator, Mayors for Peace. Closing comments from the event co-chairs Vanda Proskova (Youth Fusion) and Alyn Ware (PNND/World Future Council).
The United Nations Can Help us Get Through These Dark Days
By former Senator Douglas Roche, an Advisory Board Member of the Global Security Institute. and former Canadian senator.
Russia's war on Ukraine must be strongly condemned, but that war, heinous as it is, does not invalidate the right to peace. If anything, it reinforces the overriding imperative of building a world structure that supports the right to peace. Such a structure already exists: the United Nations. For more writing by Senator Douglas Roche, please visit his website.
Could This be the Moment for The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe?
By former Ambassador James Goodby an Advisory Board Member of the Global Security Institute, and Ken Weisbrode.
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) is receiving renewed interest as another vehicle for diplomacy with Russia - but the OSCE's potential goes further, allowing us to think beyond questions of compulsion and think instead of relationships.
A Deep Dive Into the Ukrainian Crisis


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