Nuclear Threats and the Future of Arms Control

04/25/2024 05:00 PM - 07:00 PM MT


SiƩ Complex
2201 S Gaylord St.
Denver, CO 80210
Room Number: JKSIS 5025, Maglione Hall


Nuclear threats by Russia during the war in Ukraine, along with expanding nuclear arsenals across the world – especially in China and the Indo-Pacific – have brought nuclear weapons back to the forefront of international security. How has the nuclear landscape changed in the last few years and what should we expect going forward? Is there a future for arms control? Is the non-proliferation order safe and stable? Have new technologies exacerbated or ameliorated the threat we face from nuclear weapons today? Join experts Dr. Scott Sagan (Stanford), Dr. Matthew Fuhrmann (Texas A & M), and Dr. Debak Das (Korbel) for a wide-ranging discussion on nuclear politics and the future of arms control, moderated by Sié Center director Marie Berry.

This event is free and openA limited number of free parking passes will be available to registered attendees on a first-come, first-serve basis. More details to come during the week prior to the event!

Hosted by the Sié Center in partnership with WorldDenver.


Event Agenda

5:00 p.m. | Doors open for guests to access hors d’oeuvres and find their seats
5:30 p.m. | Programming begins
7:00 p.m. | Event Concludes



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