How do we strengthen international peace and security in the nuclear age and when other emerging technologies are disrupting established stability?

  • Start Date: October 20, 2016 at 6:00 pm
  • End Date: October 20, 2016 at 7:30 pm
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  • Location: C11, Portland Building, University of Nottingham
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Join us for an interactive nonproliferation panel exploring the relationship between international peace and modern technologies and possible consequences with guest speakers Paul Ingram and Richard Norton-Taylor.

Speaker biographies:

Paul Ingram, Executive Director of the British American Security Information Panel
Mr Ingram is an expert on the global nuclear disarmament debate and transatlantic security, specifically on issues relating to the UK nuclear weapons system, UK-US transatlantic security. Recent work of his includes an assessment of the Trident Alternative Review and Trident in UK Politics and Public Opinion.

Richard Norton-Taylor, Journalist for the Guardian
Mr Norton-Taylor writes for the Guardian on defense and security and until recently was the paper’s security editor. He joined the Guardian in 1973 and  was the first European correspondent based in Brussels. He won the Freedom of Information Campaign Award in 1986 and in 1994, and Liberty’s Human Rights Award for journalism in 2010. He edits the Guardian Defence and Security blog with Ewen MacAskill.

For further information, please email Eleanor Bennett.

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