British Pugwash response to a DECC investigation of the three options discussed in the British Pugwash report The Management of Separated Plutonium in the UK.
Archive | 2011
Stable at Zero: Maintaining a World Free of Nuclear Weapons
Ward Wilson, Senior Fellow at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies returned to address a British Pugwash Discussion Meeting at University College London.
British Pugwash Newsletter September 2011
Topics include: Planetary Boundaries, The Future of Trident; 59th Pugwash conference
Rotblat – a nuclear physicist in the public eye 1944-1957
At the Annual Conference of the British Society for the History of Science, Exeter, British Pugwash organised a session on ‘Rotblat – a nuclear physicist in the public eye 1944-1957’.
Planetary Boundaries: Challenging Environmental Orthodoxies
Addressing a well-attended British Pugwash Group meeting on 6 July at University College London, Professor Johan Rockström of Stockholm University outlined the concept of planetary boundaries developed by an international group of earth scientists and systems analysts.
What price nuclear blackmail?
General Sir Hugh Beach challenges the doctrine of nuclear deterrence, arguing that nuclear weapons have never acted as a ‘credible’ deterrent.