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

1991 – 2000 Courses

2000 Courses

Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass destruction” – “Ballistic Missile Defence and Its Impact on the International Strategic Balance and Arms Control” – “Lessons Learnt from Kosovo War and other Issues


  • 21th ISODARCO Summer Course – Rovereto (Trento), 9 – 18 August 2000

“Nuclear Weapons in a Vulnerable World”
Director of the Course: Ruth Adams


Security in Greater Europe after Kosovo: Economic and Political Dimensions
Directors of the Course:  David Carlton, Giancarlo Tenaglia


1999 Courses

The Balkans and Greater Europe: Military Security and Stability


Computers, Networks and the Prospects for European and World Security
Directors of the Course: Gary Chapman, Diego Latella, Alessandro Pascolini


The Future Security Architecture of Greater Europe
Directors of the Course: David Carlton, Giancarlo Tenaglia


1998 Courses

“Transfer of Defense Technologies in to Civlian Use and Nuclear Non-Proliferation” – “Arms Control and Nuclear Disarmament”


Technology Transfer
Directors of the Course: Mirco Elena, Maurizio Martellini


“Russia and its Western Neighbours”
Directors of the Course: David Carlton, Giancarlo Tenaglia


1997 Courses

“Security Concerns and Security Proposals in the Middle East”


Spines of Crises: Moscow to New Delhi
Directors of the Course: David Carlton, Giancarlo Tenaglia


1996 Courses

“Nuclear Disarmament” – “Nuclear Non-Proliferation”


“The Weapons Legacy of the Cold War: Technical Problems and Opportunities”
Directors of the Course: Alessandro Pascolini, Dietrich Schroeer


“Tensions in the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe”
Directors of the Course: David Carlton, Giancarlo Tenaglia


1995 Courses

“Racism, Xenophobia and Ethnic Conflicts”
Director of the Course: Carlo Schaerf


“The Asia-Pacific Collective Security in the Post-Cold War Era”


“Threats to Stability in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union”
Directors of the Course: David Carlton, Giancarlo Tenaglia


1994 Courses

“The Collective Management of World Stability: Focus on the United Nations”
Directors of the Course: Alessandro Pascolini, Mario Zucconi


“Preventing Nuclear Weapons Proliferation” – “Peaceful Application of Dual-Tuse Technologies” – “Peaceful Use of Space”


“Storm Clouds over Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union”
Directors of the Course: David Carlton, Giancarlo Tenaglia


1993 Courses

Collective Security and Peacekeeping in the 1990’s” – “Status of the Discussion on Arms Control” – “Security Problems of the East European Countries
Directors of the Course: David Carlton, Alessandro Pascolini, Giancarlo Tenaglia


“Dual use Technologies” – “Horizontal Proliferation of Weapons” – “Economically and Environmentally Appropriate Technologies for Development”
Director of the Course: Mirco Elena


1992 Courses

“Global Security in New International Situation” – “Arms Control in Outer Space” – “Nuclear Disarmament, Nuclear Test and Verification Techniques”


“Aspects of Security Policy in a New Europe” – “Questions of the Nonproliferation Treaty for Nuclear Weapons and the Problem of Illegal Nuclear Exports”
Director of the Course: Klaus Gottstein


“New and old Problems of European Security and the Restructuring of the European Military Forces” – ” Problems of National Awakening”
Director of the Course: Carlo Schaerf


1991 Course

“New and old Threats to European Security” – “Restructuring the European Military Forces” – Nuclear Weapons in Europe” – Status of the Discussions on Arms Control” – “Europe and the Mediterranean Region”
Director of the Course: Carlo Schaerf