“Arms Control and Disarmament. 50 Years of Experience in Nuclear Education”
Un nuovo libro, curato da Paolo Foradori, Giampiero Giacomello e Alessandro Pascolini, é stato pubblicato da Palgrave MacMillan sul tema “Arms Control and Disarmament. 50 Years of Experience in Nuclear Education” (link: https://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9783319622583)
This volume is a collection of contributions by world-leading experts in the nuclear field who participated in the educational activities of the International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts (ISODARCO). It features some of most prominent scholars and practitioners who contributed in fundamental ways to shaping policies, strategies, theories, scholarly studies, and debates in the field of non-proliferation and disarmament. On the occasion of ISODARCO's 50th anniversary this book revisits a selection of contributions that capture the pressing issues during the five decades of continuous engagement in disarmament and non-proliferation education.
Among others, contributors include two Nobel laureates (Thomas Schelling and Joseph Rotblat); one of the founding fathers of the academic discipline of International Relations (Hans Morgenthau); a world pioneer and leading figure in systems analysis, game theory and conflict resolution (Anatol Rapoport); outstanding scientists who directly participated in the development of nuclear weapons and later in efforts to control them (Joseph Rotblat, Herbert York, Richard Garwin, Bernard Feld); diplomats/policy-makers who were key in creating the current international non-proliferation regime (George Bunn) and prominent scholars who authored some of the classic works on arms control and non-proliferation issues.