This year’s conference offers a next-generation perspective on the state of nuclear issues and how they might evolve amidst an increasingly uncertain security environment.
The Annual Conference is a hallmark of the UK Project on Nuclear Issues, having established itself as the premier UK forum for showcasing the expertise of a new generation
By bringing together emerging and established experts from across the nuclear field, the conference promotes a diverse, informed dialogue on pressing nuclear topics.
It provides attendees a chance to discuss and debate fresh perspectives by engaging with other nuclear specialists from academia, government, industry, and the military.
This year, the conference seeks to address the current state-of-play and possible future trends in the nuclear field through panel presentations from rising experts on topics like:
- The AUKUS Partnership in the New Nuclear Age
- Continuity and Change in the UK’s Approach to Deterrence working on nuclear issues.
- Nuclear security and Non-proliferation in a New Era for Nuclear Energy
- Deciphering Chinese Nuclear Thinking
The conference also features high-profile speakers and opportunities for attendees to make new connections through a lunch and a drinks reception.
UK PONI is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment, and we encourage attendance by women, persons with disabilities, and underrepresented minorities.
Opening Remarks and Session One Recording
Keynote: Dr Matthew Harries in conversation with Rose Gottemoeller
Session Three: Nuclear Security and Non-proliferation in a New Era for Nuclear Energy
Due to a technical error, recordings of Session 2 and Session 4 are unavailable. UK PONI apologises for any inconvenience.