To read the article – ‘The Road to Hell’
Brussels IV Dinner speech by Hans Blix 3 Feb 2012 As delivered I am happy to have the opportunity to speak to so many experts on non-proliferation and disarmament and to see so many old friends. I must start, however, by joining those who have already expressed our sadness that one strong and intelligent voice is missing – Therese Delpech. [...]
Dr. Blix participates in a discussion at the National Iranian American Council: The Iranian Nuclear Dilemma: Risk of an Iraq Sequel?
Johan Bergenäs gave a presentation at Uppsala University on December 7, 2011. Link to pdf
Hans Blix on the memoirs of three war leaders: Tony Blair, George W. Bush and John Howard. Dr. Blix, who headed the UNMOVIC inspections in Iraq, reviews the arguments put forward by these leaders during the lead-up to the Iraq invasion in 2003. Click here to download the article.
New article written by Brian Finlay and Johan Bergenas from the Stimson Center: http://www.stimson.org/images/uploads/research-pdfs/Bridging_the_Divide_-_Security_and_Development_Capacity-Building_in_Southeast_Asia.pdf
Hans Blix in panel on ‘building an international commitment’ As delivered Global Zero has been dedicated and successful in building much popular commitment for nuclear disarmament and it is striking that the list of supporters comprise a very large number of former ministers in many countries. It is also welcome and encouraging that Presidents Obama and Medvedev and the SG [...]
“Hållbarheten är eftersatt! Hur försvarar vi våra flöden?” (July, 2011) Click here to view a video recording of the seminar.
Paper for the Conference of the International Luxembourg Forum Stockholm 13 – 14 Jun 2011. It is difficult to say something positive about the current state of nuclear disarmament or to be optimistic about the perspective for the immediate future. After the first half of 2010 we seem to be stuck. The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty will not be submitted [...]
There are now fewer wars between states. We must hope that this development that does not regrettably comprise Africa will lead governments to drastically reduce military expenditures which globally amount to more than 1.500 billion dollars annually. At the same time we must protect ourselves against other and more diffuse threats than improbable wars between great powers, invading armies or [...]