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

2001 – 2010 Courses

2010 Courses


“The road to nuclear zero and arms control”
Directors of the Course: Catherine Kelleher, Jeffrey Lewis, Judith Reppy


2009 Course

“Nuclear Futures: What Would Nuclear Disarmament Look Like?”
Directors of the Course: Catherine Kelleher, Judith Reppy


2008 Courses

Building a Harmonious World of Stability and Win-Win


“Fighting Terrorism, Protecting Human Rights”
Director of the Course: Matthew Evangelista


2007 Course

“Terrorism, Counterterrorism, and Human Rights”
Director of the Course: Matthew Evangelista


2006 Courses

Harmony Makes the World Stable and Secure


“The War on Terror: Results and Costs from Europe to Central Asia”
Director of the Course: Matthew Evangelista


2005 Course

“Constructing Security in Europe after Madrid”
Directors of the Course: Catherine Kelleher, Judith Reppy


2004 Courses

International Security


“Violence by Armed Non-State Groups and International Security”
Director of the Course: Carlo Schaerf


2003 Courses

“Nuclear Weapons in the New International Context: Hopes of Reductions, Risks of Proliferation”
Directors of the Course: Francesco Calogero, Giancarlo Tenaglia


“Asia-Pacific Cooperative Security in the 21st Century


“The Surge in NonState Violence: Roots, Impacts and Countermeasures”
Directors of the Course: Ruth Adams, Giancarlo Tenaglia


2002 Courses

“Arms Control”


“Cyberwar, Netwar and the Revolution in Military Affairs: Real Threats and Virtual Myths”
Directors of the Course: Gary Chapman, Diego Latella


“South-Eastern Europe: Internal Dynamics and External Intervention”
Directors of the Course: Paolo Calzini, David Carlton, George Joffé, Giancarlo Tenaglia


2001 Courses

“Global Climate Changes and Impact on Natural Resources”
Directors of the Course: Ruth Adams, Sabino Palmieri


  • 14th ISODARCO Winter Course – Andalo (Trento), 21 – 28 January 2001

“From the Caucasus to the Atlas Mountains: Tensions on the Southern Flank of Europe”
Directors of the Course: David Carlton, Giancarlo Tenaglia