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Paul Ingram, Executive Director
Paul Ingram is BASIC’s executive director, developing BASIC’s long-term strategy to help reduce global nuclear dangers through disarmament and collaborative non-proliferation, coordinating operations in London and Washington. In particular, he leads on BASIC’s work as host to the BASIC Trident Commission in London, and BASIC’s NATO programme, looking to reduce the Alliance dependency upon nuclear weapons. He is also involved in BASIC’s work on the diplomacy around Iran’s nuclear programme, and promoting a WMD-free zone in the Middle East. Paul has authored a number of BASIC’s reports and briefings covering a variety of nuclear and non-nuclear issues since 2002.
Paul has an extensive media experience and hosts a weekly peak-time talk show on IRINN (Iranian domestic TV News in Farsi) addressing issues relevant to global security. He also teaches systems approaches on the flagship Top Management Programme at the UK government’s National School of Government.
Area of expertise:
Global nuclear disarmament strategies and agendas, US and UK nuclear weapons decisions, NATO’s nuclear posture, Iran’s nuclear programme and diplomatic attempts to control it.
Also by this author:
- Initial comment on 'Delivering Security in a Changing World' Defence White Paper - December 2003
- EU3 negotiations with the Islamic Republic of Iran: Not out of the woods yet and time is short, very short
- Preliminary analysis of E3/EU proposal to Iran
- New proposal to Iran: Will it be enough to defuse the nuclear crisis?
- Trident: Do we really need to make the decision now?