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This Monday at 6 pm CET, 12 noon New York time, we will have a panel of experts discuss the Tenth Review Conference on the Non-Proliferation Treaty of Nuclear Weapons that took place over the month of August in New York, at the UN headquarters, and just wrapped-up last Friday.
Marc Finaud, Fellow at the Geneva Center for Security Policy
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Marc Finaud’s Publications
Marc Finaud is currently a Senior Fellow at the Geneva Center for Security Policy, where he was previously leading activities related to Arms Proliferation. He is the founder of Marc Finaud Consulting, and a former diplomat representing France at the Conference on Disarmament, among many other arms proliferation fora. He is the author of L’ARME NUCLEAIRE.
Dr. Lionel Fatton, Webster University, Twitter @LionelFatton
Lionel Fatton is Assistant Professor of International Relations and Outreach Coordinator to UN and NGOs, at Webster University Geneva. He is also a Research Collaborator at the Research Institute for the History of Global Arms Transfer, Meiji University, Tokyo.
His research interests include international and security dynamics in East and Southeast Asia, China-Japan-US relations, Japan’s security policy, civil-military relations and Neoclassical realism.
He is currently writing a book on Japan's Foreign Policy titled: Japan's Rush to the Pacific War: The Institutional Origins of Overbalancing
Jean-Marie Collin, ICAN France, Twitter @jmc_nonukes
Jean–Marie Collin is an expert in the fields of nuclear deterrence, disarmament, arms control and nuclear non-proliferation with particular expertise on French nuclear policy. He is associate researcher in the Group for Research and Information on Peace and Security (GRIP) and spokesman of ICAN France.