The European Union, and more broadly the States of the European continent, have a very broader approach to the subject of nuclear disarmament. But it seems that their view on the field of conventional disarmament is more unified. The recent end of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (which aimed to eliminate a full category of nuclear and conventional missile) has shown the need to strengthen a European political path to disarmament (against Russia, China and the United States) for the security of Europe. But can this common voice exist at the level of conventional disarmament and at the same time on nuclear disarmament? Or is it unity in the front of the stakes of conventional disarmament that can make it possible to bring about (a sort of step-by-step) a stronger and more common position on nuclear disarmament?
ICAN France, with the support of the Heinrich Boell Stiftung Paris, invites you to listen and debate with our panelists, Wednesday 9 December 10H-12H
Madeleine de Saulce, Coordinator of the Democracy and European Union & Foreign and Security Policy Programmes at the Heinrich Boell Stiftung Paris
- Ms Aude Fleurant is Associate Researcher at the GRIP. She was Director of the Arms and Military Expenditure Programme at SIPRI.
-Mr. Oliver Meier is Senior Researcher at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy (IFSH),
- Mr. Frédéric Petit, French national deputy. He is a member of the Foreign Affairs committee and of the new Franco-German Parliamentary Assembly.
Mr. Jean-Marie Collin, ICAN France
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This webinar will be translated in French and is realized with the support of the Heinrich Boell Stiftung Paris.