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Nuclear non-proliferation: challenges and opportunities for the global regime (WP1561)

Nuclear non-proliferation: challenges and opportunities for the global regime (WP1561)
Monday 11 - Friday 15 December, 2017
Wiston House

Wilton Park
West Sussex
BN44 3DZ
+44 (0) 1903 815 020

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The cost of participation is £1490. This covers UK travel to and from Wilton Park, 4 nights' accommodation, all meals during the meeting and attendance at all sessions.

This annual dialogue, a fixture in our calendar since 1996, assessed challenges, opportunities and prospects for the global nuclear non-proliferation regime.

  • How is the political and normative context for non-proliferation changing?
  • What is the non-proliferation agenda for the US Administration?
  • What is the technological and procurement character of the North Korean nuclear challenge, and what mix of responses (sanctions, dialogue, etc) deterrence is most likely to be effective?
  • What future for the JCPOA?
  • How can the tools for countering the proliferation of nuclear technology be optimised?
  • How will the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons affect extended deterrent relationships?
  • What implications for the international nuclear regime in the relationship between China, India and Pakistan?
  • How can the regime architecture and processes be best utilised for success?


Programme Director: Mark Smith

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