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Volume 5 Issue 3 Part 1

Myth, Hiroshima and Fear: How we Overestimated the Usefulness of the Bomb
How Reliance on Nuclear Weapons Erodes and Distorts International Law and Global Order
Re-examining the 1996 ICJ Advisory Opinion: Concerning the Legality of Nuclear Weapons
India’s Disarmament Initiative 1988: Continuing Relevance, Valid Pointers for an NWFW
Nuclear Threats and Security
An Arctic Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone – Needed Now

Garry Jacobs, Janani Ramanathan, Amanda Ellis, Phoebe Koundouri, Nebojša Nešković, Donato Kiniger-Passigli, Ketan Patel, Ivo Šlaus, Walton Stinson, Ralph Wolff, Alberto Zucconi
WAAS seeks to evolve from an intellectual think tank into an impactful organization with the capacity to effectuate concrete changes in the world at large. Our aim is to ensure a better future for all. Human Security for All provides us with the overall framework, direction and perspective true to the Academy’s founding vision. Read more
Grant Schreiber
CES has emerged as a beacon of progress in the grand tapestry of human security and technology, represented by WAAS and the HS4A campaign. Read more
Thomas Reuter
Cross-sectoral engagement among different actors, including the government, the private sector, civil society organisations and individual citizens, is an important step toward SDG implementation Read more
Savitri Chandrasekaran
By focusing on the well-being of individuals, fostering collaborative innovation, integrating environmental and healthcare strategies, and committing to international cooperation, we can build a more inclusive, resilient, and sustainable healthcare system. Read more
Amine Jaouadi, Abderrahmane Maaradji
Generative AI has emerged as a game-changer in education. It can significantly impact student learning by adapting content to individual needs and offering a highly personalized learning experience. Read more
Ismail Serageldin
The old disciplinary silos in education, research and teaching will no longer be adequate. We will need to cross disciplines to understand and deal with our multi-dimensional and complex problems. Read more
Frank Dixon
Education reflects society. Our society is focused on maximizing economic growth and shareholder returns. Read more
Fadwa El Guindi
The human world is not homogeneous, nor are its problems. Neither homogeneity nor linearity should be assumed. Read more
Susan Clark
The goal of our colleges and universities is or should be to cultivate graduates who are willing and able to be self-governing in their personal and social lives, and contribute to problem resolution—personal and societal. Read more
Asim Kurjak, Milan Stanojevic
Each Ian Donald Chapter has developed according to the character of the respective country and culture. This structure permits international cross-fertilization of ideas while remaining sensitive to the uniqueness of each participating country throughout the world. Read more
Lloyd Etheredge
Recently, the world’s online education resources have become superb. It is almost criminal not to make them available to everyone. Read more
Volume 5 Issue 3 Part 1
Human Security & Education
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