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The Future of Nuclear Arms Control

Bush House South East Wing, London

11 Feb nuclearmain

Bush House, South East Wing, Room 2.12

The King's Russia Institute is pleased to invite you to a panel discussion of:

The Future of Nuclear Arms Control
James Cameron Centre for Science & Security Studies, King's College London
Ruth Deyermond Department of War Studies, King's College London
Natasha Kuhrt Department of War Studies, King's College London
chaired by 
Samuel Greene King's Russia Institute, King's College London

With the INF Treaty dead in the water and New START headed for the rocks, is the world destined for a post-arms control era? What are the costs of eschewing institutional transparency and confidence-building arrangements? Can a new regime be developed, one that would reliably bind both Washington and Moscow whilst incorporating China, India, Pakistan and, potentially, the Middle East?

Join leading analysts of Russia, the US, China and nuclear security from King's for a roundtable discussion of the threats - and perhaps the opportunities - that the world now faces. 

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