19 Aug 2017

Benoît Pelopidas - How close are we to nuclear war?

From Great Encounters, 6:06 pm on 19 August 2017

 

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Associate Professor Benoît Pelopidas holds the Junior Chair of Excellence in Security Studies at the Centre for International Studies, Sciences Po, Paris. He is also an affiliate of the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) at Stanford University and a Visiting Fellow at Princeton University's Program on Science and Global Security. He has been awarded two international prizes for his research and a British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award in 2016. Pelopidas is in New Zealand as a guest of the University of Auckland and the Peace and Disarmament Education Trust to mark the 30th anniversary of New Zealand's nuclear free law. He'll give the university's 2017 Chapman Public Lecture on August 15, entitled: "Facing nuclear danger: from proliferation to global nuclear vulnerability", and seven other public talks between August 3-16.

 

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