Online material

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.
If you are teaching classes on non-proliferation and disarmament issues and would like to see your online resources on this website, please send an
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eLearning Courses


  • Hair Trigger, a game to engage new audiences about nuclear threats, specifically the dangers of the risky hair-trigger status of U.S. and Russian
    nuclear weapons. Created by the Nuclear Threat Initiative.
  • Nuclear Decisions, an online role-playing game that places users into the positions of officials and citizens who must make challenging nuclear
    decisions under real-world conditions. Created by the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM) and online game
    designer Playmatics.

Reading Lists

  • International Affairs Reading Lists, in-depth collections of analysis on various issues, drawn from the pages of International Affairs since 2000.
  • SGS Curriculum Resources Project, reading lists for countering racism and other structures of exclusion and domination in teaching and research
    on nuclear issues, by the Program on Science & Global Security at Princeton.


  • NUKEMAP, a tool for visualizing the effects of a nuclear explosion, created by Alex Wellerstein.



  • LearnWMD, a site dedicated to better understanding weapons of mass destruction issues to help benefit scholars, students, and policymakers in
    the field. Managed by Jamie Withorne.
  • Nowhere to Hide, a comprehensive, interactive dataset on the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian conflict. Created by the Global Public Policy
  • Strategic Stability Digital Report, an interactive website on strategic stability by the Körber Strategic Stability Initiative.
  • Visualizing the Open Skies Treaty, an interactive website by Alexander Graef and Moritz Kütt from the Institute for Peace Research and Security
    Policy at the University of Hamburg.