Paul Ingram

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Paul Ingram Co-Executive Director of BASIC (London).

"Paul was previously Senior Analyst at BASIC. His subject areas include nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament (with a focus on Iran and the UK); the UK debate over Trident replacement; defence economics, particularly subsidies of exports in the UK; and transatlantic security. His work has directly led to policy changes over UK export credits and defence export support. He hosts a weekly peak-time talk show on IRINN (Iranian domestic TV News in Farsi) focusing on global security issues. He is author of a number of BASIC notes and papers, and a documentary series for Press TV on nuclear issues. He also co-teaches systems thinking and practice on the Top Management Programme at the National School of Government alongside Prof. Jake Chapman." [1]

"Paul joined BASICs London office in September 2002 as a part-time consultant. He has 12 years experience working as a researcher and project leader at Oxford Research Group, and has published articles on European security, non-proliferation and international arms trade issues. He studied International Studies at Warwick University and gained his BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University." [2]

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  1. About, BASIC, accessed February 22, 2008.
  2. About, ((Cached Page) BASIC, accessed February 22, 2008.
  3. 2006-07 Annual Report, Crisis Action, accessed February 23, 2008.