Since 1966 – International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts – Italian Pugwash Group

Principal Lecturers

The CV can be downloaded clicking on the titles evidenced in dark yellow.

ALEXEI ARBATOV
Carnegie Moscow Center, Moscow, Russia
Terrorism, power structures and human rights in Russia

NADIA ARBATOVA
Institute of the World Economy and International Relations, Moscow, Russia
Russia and European Union: between global jihad and xenofobia

SERGEY BATSANOV
Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, Geneva, Switzerland
Five years of the war on terror – achievements, failures and future priorities

GARY CHAPMAN
University of Texas, Austin TX, USA
Is cyber-terrorism a real threat?

CHRISTOPHER CHYBA
Princeton University, Princeton NJ, USA
Human rights, transnational corporations, and lessons for the prevention of bioterrorism

GIOVANNI ERCOLANI
Nottingham Trent University and University of Urbino, Italy
Energy security and terrorism

MARY FAINSOD KATZENSTEIN
Cornell University, Ithaca NY, USA
Did the road to Abu Ghraib begin in American prisons?

VIRGINIE GUIRAUDON
European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Migration and mobility after 9/11: transattlantic “cooperation” and US-EU differences

PETER KATZENSTEIN
Cornell University, Ithaca NY, USA
Same war — different views: Germany, Japan and counterterrorism

CATHERINE MCARDLE KELLEHER
Watson Institute, Brown University, Providence RI, USA
Terrorism and counterterrorism: A Five Year Balance Sheet

MAATI MONJIB
Université Moulay Ismail, Meknès, Morocco
Human rights between terrorism and state terrorism: comparing Colonial Maghreb and Palestine

ALEXANDER NIKITIN
Russian Political Science Association, Moscow, Russia
Legal aspects of counteracting terrorism

ROBERT NURICK
Monterey Institute of International Studies, Washington DC, USA
US-Russian cooperation on counterterrorism

DEBORAH PEARLSTEIN
Human Rights First, Washington DC, USA
Finding effective constraints on US counterterrorism powers: interrogation, detention and trial