Matias Spektor, FGV professor, participated in a debate in London entitled “Responsible Nuclear Sovereignty and the Future of the Global Nuclear Order.”

On November 15 and 16, Professor Matias Spektor, of FGV’s Center for International Relations, based at the School of Social Sciences (CPDOC), participated in a debate in London entitled “Responsible Nuclear Sovereignty and the Future of the Global Nuclear Order.” The event was attended by experts from many countries, including Australia, Brazil, Egypt, France, India, Ireland, Israel, Pakistan, Russia, Sweden and the United States.

On the first day, the participants were invited to explain their country’s view on the subject of nuclear sovereignty. Accordingly, Professor Spektor presented his paper, called “Brazil’s Concept of Nuclear Responsibility.”

The event, organized by the University of Birmingham and the Institute for Conflict Cooperation and Security (ICCS), with support from the British American Security Information Council (BASIC), featured academics from British institutions such as King’s College and the University of Birmingham.

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