Key topics: developments on the international disarmament scene with major implications for British Pugwash; Trident update; the 2015 NPT Review Conference; the Disarmament Institute (BRINDI); science and ethics, including autonomous weapons; chemical weapons; UK and European energy policy.
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British Student Young Pugwash, in collaboration with Bristol Global Insecurities Centre, held a fascinating seminar on the ethics and politics of robotic weaponry. The event was held on 25th May 2016 at Bristol University. Speakers included: Dr Joanna Bryson (Bath) and Dr Alexander Leveringhaus (Oxford). Chaired by: Prof. Timothy Edmunds (Bristol) Full report here (prepared […]
Warwick Pugwash Society and Warwick Politics Society invite you to a joint event: Remote Control and Contemporary Warfare: Implication and Challenges of Drone Wars Tuesday 23rd February 18.00-19.00
Topics include: WMDA Talking Trident and Ambassadors’ programmes; the ethics of developing technologies; Syria’s chemical weapons; Ukraine; relaunching Student/Young Pugwash; global energy calculator
Key topics: developments on the international disarmament scene with major implications for British Pugwash; Trident and the General Election; the Disarmament Institute (BRINDI); science and ethics, including the military robotics debate; UK and European energy policy. Read or download the report (pdf)
Topics include: The launch of BRINDI; Trident issues; WMDA Talking Trident; The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty; The ethics of developing technologies; Meeting: Security by remote control – can it work?