Moving Nuclear Arms Control, Disarmament, and Non-Proliferation Forward:

Different Approaches and Recent Developments

Since the beginning of the year, several measures related to nuclear arms control, disarmament, and non-proliferation have (re)gained traction. New START, the treaty limiting the number of deployed strategic warheads and strategic delivery systems between Russia and the United States, was extended; the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) came into force; and diplomatic talks on the JCPOA, the so-called Iran nuclear deal that aims to prevent Iran’s nuclear proliferation, are taking place in Vienna. While these and other related initiatives each have different (immediate) purposes, they are all interlinked and vital to ensuring our common future. The recent developments provide an opportunity not only to assess the state of play in nuclear arms control, disarmament, and non-proliferation, but also how each of them is likely to evolve.
 

Please join us in discussing the topic with:
 

Steven Pifer, Brookings–Robert Bosch Foundation Transatlantic Initiative Fellow
 

Susanne Baumann, Federal Government Commissioner for Disarmament and Arms Control
 

Katja KeulMP, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, German Bundestag
 

Elisabeth Suh, Research Fellow, DGAP’s Security and Defense Program
 

Chair: Rolf Nikel, Vice President, DGAP
 

The event will be held in English on Zoom. Participants will be able to contribute via audio throughout the discussion. You will find information related to data processing at https://dgap.org/de/zoom. Please note that this event will be recorded.

For any questions, please contact Yulia Loeva (loeva@dgap.org).

 

 

 

Date
11 May 2021
Time
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Event location

Germany

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