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Arms Control Post-Trump: A Revival of International Initiatives?
8 júna @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
At the beginning of 2021, the international arms control community celebrated the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons’ entering into force, as well as the U.S.-Russian agreement on the New START extension. Although a multi-sided TPNW and a temporary freeze on the number of all types of warheads seem to be an important confidence-building measure for international community, they are of a limited value given that no agreement of significant decrease of arsenal is currently projected.
With the other outstanding multinational agreements, including Non-Proliferation Treaty, that will be debated in the summer, and possibilities of returning to the JCPOA, that includes discussions with Iran, a key objective of the next round of international talks should be deeper verifiable cuts in deployed strategic nuclear weapons and limits of a deterrence-only strategy, to which NATO and EU look towards. But are those even reachable expectations for 2021?
- Urban Überschär, Director for Czech Republic and Slovakia, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
- Ingrid Brocková, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the SR
- Amb. Marjolijn van Deelen, Special Envoy for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, European External Action Service, Brussels
- Rastislav Križan, Director, Department for Disarmament and Counter-terrorism, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the SR
- Julia Berghofer, European Leadership Network Policy Felow and Project Manager for the Younger Generation Leaders Network on Euro-Atlantic Security
- Lucia Yar, EURACTIV Slovakia
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