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

Reading Material

(Cyber) SecurityCyberwar, Netwar and the Revolution in Military AffairsHalpin, E., Trevorrow, P., Webb, D., Wright, S.Palgrave Macmillan UK2006
Report and Recommendations of The President’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications TechnologiesRichard A. Clarke, Michael J. Morell, Geoffrey R. Stone, Cass R. Sunstein, Peter SwireThe White House12 Dec. 2013
NATIONAL STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR CYBERSPACE SECURITYPresidency of the Council of MinistersPresidency of the Council of MinistersDec. 2013
THE NATIONAL PLAN FOR CYBERSPACE PROTECTION AND ICT SECURITYPresidency of the Council of MinistersPresidency of the Council of Ministers
Dec. 2013
Cyberspace OperationsDept. of the Navy – Dept. of the Air ForceUS Joint Chiefs of Staff5 Feb. 2013
Introduction to Cyber-Warfare. A Multidisciplinary ApproachPaulo Shakarian, Jana Shakarian and Andrew RuefElsevier2013
Remarks by the President on Review of Signals IntelligenceThe White HouseThe White House17 Jan. 2014
New cyber doctrine shows more offense, transparencySean LyngaasFCW –24 Oct. 2014
CYBERSECURITY AND CYBERWAR. What everyone needs to knowP.W. Singer – A. Friedman.Oxford University Press2014
Security in Cyberspace – Targeting Nations, Infrastructures, IndividualsG. GiacomelloBloomsbury Academic2014
The DOD Cyber StrategyDODDODApr. 2015
UNIDIR Cyber Stability Seminar 2015: Regime CoherenceUNIDIRSeminar Report , Geneva, Switzerland9 July 2015
Cyber Security at Civil NuclearFacilities: Understanding the RisksUNIDIRUNIDIROct. 2015
Proliferation of WMD and Defending against CBRN Threats – NATO’s Achievements and Ongoing ChallengesWolfgang RudischhauserSicherheitstechnischer-Report-October2015
Trident is old technology: the brave new world of cyber warfareJulian BorgerThe Guardian16 Jun. 2016
Guidelines for a National Cyber StrategyGabi Siboni , Ofer AssafMemorandum No. 153 Tel Aviv: Institute for National Security StudiesMar. 2016
Could ISIL go nuclear?Wolfgang RudischhauserNATO Review2016
Proliferation of WMD and Defending against CBRN Threats – NATO’s Achievements and Ongoing ChallengesWolfgang RudischhauserEuropean-Security-and-Defence-june2016
Lethal Autonomous Weapon SystemsAutonomous WeaponsS. Chen, T. Hsieh, J. Kung, V. BeffaStanford University Student’s project at E. Roberts’ course: CS 181: Computers, Ethics, and Public Policy1996
Framing Discussions on the Weaponization of Increasingly Autonomous TechnologiesUNIDIRUNIDIR2014
The Weaponization of Increasingly Autonomous Technologies: Considering Ethics and Social ValuesUNIDIRUNIDIR2014
The Weaponization of Increasingly Autonomous Technologies: Considering how Meaningful Human Control might move the discussion forwardUNIDIRUNIDIR2014
Lethal Autonomous Systems and the Future of WarfareDaniel SukmanCanadian Military Journal (CMJ) Vol 16 No 1Winter 2015
Background – Lethal Autonomous Weapons SystemsUNOGUNOG06 Oct. 2016
Global Security Initiative Arizona State datasetChris PerkinsGlobal Security Initiative – Arizona State University (USA)28 Sept. 2016
Military AIArms and Artificial IntelligenceA. DinSIPRI Monographs – Oxford University Press1987
Computers in Battle, Will They Work?: Will They Work?D. Bellin, G. ChapmanHarcourt Brace Jovanovich1987
Arms ControlNanotechnology and Preventive Arms ControlJ. AltmannGerman Foundation for Peace Research2005
Military Nanotechnology: Potential Applications and Preventive Arms ControlJ. AltmannRoutledge2006
Re-thinking the Unthinkable: Arms Control in the Twenty-First CenturyNancy W. GallagherThe Nonproliferation Review, 22:3-4, 469-4982015
Year End BluesNancy W. GallagherThe Nonproliferation Review, 22:3-4, 469-4982016
A Negotiation on Cyber WarfareC. Trezzato be published by SPRINGER: THE IMPACT OF CYBERSPACE2017
EthicsArms Control for Armed Uninhabited Vehicles – An Ethical IssueJ. AltmannEthics and Information Technology2013
Autonomous Weapons Systems. Humanising or Dehumanising Warfare?Frank Sauersef: Global Governance SpotlightApril 2014
The Ethics of Autonomous Weapons SystemsCENTER FOR ETHICS & THE RULE OF LAW Penn LawCENTER FOR ETHICS & THE RULE OF LAW Penn Law21 Nov. 2014
The Convergence of Deontological and Consequentialist Reasons for Banning Autonomous Weapons SystemsDaniele Amoroso & Guglielmo TamburriniUniversità degli Studi di Napoli Federico II12 Oct. 2016
On Banning Autonomous Weapons Systems: From Deontological to Wide Consequentialist ReasonsGuglielmo TamburriniCambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-107- 15356-1, pp. 122-1422016
Speed Kills: Why we Need to Hit the Brakes on “Killer Robots”Juergen Altmann and Frank Sauerduckofminerva2016