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This discussion group exchanges comments and articles that are relevant, directly or indirectly, to a future Arctic, free of nuclear weapons.  Content, for example, could relate to:-  climate change as related to broadly defined security, nuclear-weapon-free-zones, and human security for the new Arctic.  Members send relevant articles in the media or on the web  to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The purpose of this website is to encourage commencement of the process leading to an Arctic Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone. By providing new papers and commentary, together with copies of articles published elsewhere, we intend to enable both web-based and external discussion. The context and background is provided by relevant articles on other nuclear-weapon-free zones and Arctic security. Find guidance to the site via Site Map and the tab “Arctic Portal”.

Arctic Security Working Group of Canadian Pugwash

 - Dr. Adele Buckley, Pugwash Council; past-Chair and Director, Canadian Pugwash; formerly Vice-President OCETA (Ont.Ctr.Environ.Tech.Adv.)

- Dr. Erika Simpson, Vice-Chair, Canadian Pugwash; Associate Professor Department of Political Science, University of Western Ontario

- Mr. Steven Staples, Director, Canadian Pugwash; President, The Rideau Institute on International Affairs;


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