In our teaching resources section, we provide a number of materials to facilitate non-proliferation and disarmament education in universities. Scholars
are invited to incorporate these materials into their courses, and we strongly encourage early-career academics who would like to arrange their own
classes on non-proliferation and disarmament issues to make use of the resources provided here.
The syllabi section contains course outlines from scholars around the world. Early-career academics may find those a useful source of inspiration for their own classes. Topics range from arms control, non-proliferation and disarmament more broadly to nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction more specifically.
In our recommended readings section, we suggest a collection of readings which can form the foundation for university instructors who would like to arrange their own courses on non-proliferation and disarmament issues. These recommended readings are not limited to timeless arms control classics, but also include more recent and critical literature.
The online material section features a collection of videos, games, tools, courses, and other external resources available online that can enrich university classes dealing with non-proliferation and disarmament issues.
Our evaluation aims to offer insights into how non-proliferation and disarmament issues are taught in practice. By analyzing numerous course outlines, we identify the most common topics, blind spots, and diversity issues in non-proliferation and disarmament education.
Call for participation – EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Next Generation Workshop 2023
On 4 December 2023, the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), on behalf of the EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Consortium, will organize the annual EU Non-proliferation and Disarmament Next Generation Workshop. Young […]Find out more »