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Chinese and British Perspectives on the Road to the NPT 2010

Edited by Malcolm Chalmers
Conference Reports, 1 March 2012
International Security Studies, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy
A study exploring the non-proliferation policies of these two major nuclear powers at a critical time for arms control

The RUSI Asia Security Programme and Nuclear Security Project are pleased to announce the launch in Beijing of Chinese and British perspectives on the road to the NPT 2010, a report exploring the non-proliferation policies of these two major nuclear powers at a critical time for arms control.  

This study explores and identify areas of agreement between China and the UK across the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) agenda, in the run-up to the 2010 diplomatic conference that will review the treaty.

British and Chinese experts fielded by the China Institute for International Strategic Studies (CIISS) and RUSI have collaborated over the course of 2009 to exchange views on furthering the NPT goals of counter-proliferation and nuclear disarmament.

Malcolm Chalmers
Deputy Director-General

Professor Malcolm Chalmers is Deputy Director-General of RUSI and directs its growing portfolio of research into contemporary... read more

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