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After the INF Treaty…?

After the INF Treaty…?
Dr Patricia Lewis, Research Director for International Security at Chatham House and member of the SIPRI Governing Board, Dr Ian Anthony, Director of SIPRI’s European Security Programme and Dan Smith, Director of SIPRI, during the panel discussion
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SIPRI, Signalistgatan 9, Solna

When agreed in 1987, the Treaty on the Elimination of Intermediate-Range and Shorter-Range Missiles (INF Treaty) was considered a landmark of its time. Now it is on the verge of collapse.

The event aimed to address several lingering questions: Will the treaty’s likely abandonment this summer be a similar landmark? Or had it already outgrown its mission? And what are the ways forward for arms control and international security in the wake of its demise?

The event was live-streamed and is available to view on SIPRI's YouTube channel and Facebook page.

 

Panellists

Dr Patricia Lewis, Research Director for International Security at Chatham House and member of the SIPRI Governing Board

Dr Ian Anthony, Director of SIPRI’s European Security Programme

Moderator

Dan Smith, Director of SIPRI

Event contact (SIPRI)