May 31, 2022: The Ukraine War and Nuclear (Non)Proliferation

Panel discussion with Harald Müller, Michal Onderco and Martin Senn; 6:00 pm; HS 3, "Sowi" building, University of Innsbruck, and livestream.

HS 3, University of Innsbruck, "Sowi" building, ground floor, Universitaetsstrasse 15, 6020 Innsbruck (A  (how to reach us)

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

6:00 pm to approximately 7:30 pm

  Livestream: https://webconference.uibk.ac.at/b/tho-mzc-bgq-suf

This event is held in English.

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  Please consider the usual safety and hygiene recommendations (i.e. hand disinfection, distance etc.). No mask or "3G" proof mandatory.


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This panel discussion analyzes the impact of Russia’s war against Ukraine on the proliferation and (non-)proliferation of nuclear weapons. The panelists will discuss whether/how the war will be an incentive for a further spread of nuclear weapons and how it will affect international efforts to contain this spread, in particular the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and its associated instruments.


Harald Müller (credit: HSFK)

Prof. em. Dr. Harald Müller was Director of the Leibniz Peace Research Institute Frankfurt from 1996 to 2015 and taught International Relations at the Goethe University Frankfurt/M. Among other things, he acted as disarmament advisor to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and as a member of the German delegation to the 1995-2015 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conferences.







Michal Onderco (credit: Marie Nemeckova/Peace Research Center Prague)

Associate Professor Michal Onderco's main research interest is in international relations, particularly the study of international security, international institutions and Global South.

In his research, he studies the roots of state action, exploring how commerce, norms and geopolitics inform foreign policy-making. 










SENN Martin
Martin Senn (credit: Universität Innsbruck)

Dr. Martin Senn is associate professor of international relations at the University of Innsbruck and guest lecturer at the Diplomatic Academcy of Vienna.

In his research and teaching he focuses on the emergence and change of order(s) in world politics, (international) political communication as well as on nuclear (non)proliferation and disarmament.






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