International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) welcomes new Executive Board members

The recruiting process is now over, and ISYP is thrilled to announce the young scholars and policy practitioners who have joined the new Executive Board. Our new members are highly motivated to address the root causes and symptoms of global insecurity. Check out their biographies here: https://isyp.org/isyp-board/

New collection of articles: “Prospects for Arms Control, Disarmament and Nonproliferation. 70 years after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings”

The collection of articles “Prospects for Arms Control, Disarmament and Nonproliferation. 70 years after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings” has been published with the support of the National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations named after E.M. Primakov of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO RAS) and the Russian Pugwash Committee under the Presidium of  the Russian Academy of Sciences.
A number of articles within the publication were presented as reports and communications at the 9th International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) Conference (Nagasaki, Japan, October 2015), and at the section “Nuclear policy, security and conflicts” organized by the Center for Euro-Atlantic Security of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University) together with the Russian Pugwash Committee in the framework of the 9th Convention of the Russian International Studies Association (Moscow, Russia, October 2015).
Further information can be found at http://www.pugwash.ru/news/3722.html (in Russian)
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2015 International Student/Young Pugwash Vision Statement: The Nagasaki Call for Action

IOutgoing ISYP Chair Karim Kadry reads ISYP Nagasaki vision statementn 2005 International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) issued its vision statement in Hiroshima: “Mission possible: engaging a new generation.” Ten years later, and sixty years after the Russell-Einstein Manifesto, ISYP reiterates its call for peaceful co-existence in the face of the uncertainty of the contemporary age.

Over the past decade the world has seen the spread of conflict and risk. Regional stability is elusive in many parts of the world. Military conflicts continue to rage in volatile areas. Nuclear proliferation remains a real threat and disarmament still appears a distant goal. Terrorist attacks around the world continue and are increasing in sophistication and brutality. Technological advancements have made it easier to wage war. Climate change continues to accelerate.

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2015 ISYP Conference, Nagasaki

The 9th International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) conference, “Prospects for Arms Control, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation: 70 years after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings,” was held in Nagasaki, Japan from October 30 to 31, 2015.

The conference included 31 participants from 19 countries who presented papers on a broad range of subjects: regional security issues in Asia, Europe and the Middle East; nuclear disarmament; nuclear-weapon-free zones; the importance of non-state actors and institutions in the de-legitimization of nuclear weapons; and other issues central to the mission of ISYP and the Pugwash Conferences.

ISYP Conference Report, Nagasaki

Conference Schedule

2015 International Student/Young Pugwash Vision Statement: The Nagasaki Call for Action

Press coverage of ISYP, 30 October

Call for papers: 9th ISYP Conference, Nagasaki

Prospects for Arms Control, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation: 70 years after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings

9th International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) Conference
Nagasaki, Japan, 30-31 October 2015

On the occasion of the 61st Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs “Nagasaki’s Voice: Remember Your Humanity” International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) invites students, and young scholars and professionals from around the world to participate in an international conference that will address, from a critical and interdisciplinary perspective, the global impact of national and regional security issues on a broad range of topics. Continue reading