Our University of Warwick Pugwash group kicked off Term 2 with a talk on the Iran nuclear deal and what consequences President Trump’s opposition to it may have. Our speakers are: – Jacapo Scita (MSc in Middle Eastern Politics) The nature of the deal and the consensus it has generated in the wider international community […]
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Artificial Intelligence: An Existential Threat? (Warwick Pugwash, 28th November)
Warwick Pugwash and Warwick Philosophy Society are excited to be hosting a joint event discussing AI and its implications for the future of international security! They will be hosting a couple of speakers who will deliver a short presentation each, followed by lots of time for discussion and debate. Speakers: – Dr. Anders Sandberg (University […]
Nuclear disarmament in peacetime – A talk by Heather Williams (hosted by Warwick Pugwash)
On 2nd March 2017, Warwick Pugwash collaborated with Warwick International Relations Society to host KCL’s Dr Heather Williams. Dr Williams spoke about the politics and practicalities of ‘nuclear disarmament during peacetime’. As is tradition, the meeting was followed by pizza for all attendees. Student / Young Pugwash would like to thank Dr Williams for such […]
What has become of the July 2015 Nuclear Agreement with Iran?
At a British Pugwash discussion meeting on 11 October, Peter Jenkins outlined the status of the agreement made between Iran and the P5+1 in July 2015, to resolve concerns about the nature of Iran’s nuclear programme and reviewed its future prospects.
Realising the Disarmament Institute (BRINDI)
This project, started in 2009 with funds from the legacy of the late Professor John Ziman FRS, aims to develop the concept of a proposed UK Disarmament Institute.
British Pugwash Annual Report 2012
Key topics: Verification of nuclear weapon dismantlement and energy strategies. Key discussion meetings included: the launch of Andrew Brown’s biography of Joseph Rotblat; ‘The Lessons of Fukushima’, and ‘Generating clean energy from sunlight and maintaining biodiversity’