The David Davies Memorial Institute was founded in 1951 and today forms part of the Department of International Politics at Aberystwyth University. The aims of the institute are to promote a more orderly and just world through international cooperation, law, and organisation. In the nuclear field, the DDMI has hosted projects such as ‘The Challenges of Trust-Building in Nuclear Worlds’ (led by Professor Nicholas J. Wheeler) and ‘The Nonproliferation Complex’ (led by Dr Jan Ruzicka and Professor Campbell Craig). Currently, the DDMI supports the following nuclear-oriented projects: ‘Unipolarity and the Politics of Nuclear Nonproliferation’ (led by Campbell Craig and Jan Ruzicka); ‘Ideas That Stand in the Way of Nuclear Disarmament’ (Jana Wattenberg); and ‘Nuclear Stigmatization’ (led by Jan Ruzicka and Jana Wattenberg).
David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies
Department of International Politics
Penglais, Aberystwyth, SY23 2FE
POINTS OF CONTACT
|PProfessor Ken Booth is currently Senior Research Professor in the Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University. He is the editor of International Relations.|
|Dr Jan Ruzicka is the Director of the David Davies Memorial Institute. He is also a Lecturer in Security Studies in the Department of International Politics.|
|Jana Wattenberg is the Deputy Director of the David Davies Memorial Institute. She is also a PhD Candidate in the Department for International Politics. Jana is leading the ‘Ideas That Stand in The Way of Nuclear Disarmament’ project.|