International meetin: nuclear security in Europa after the collapse of the INF treaty
Tensions are growing among states possessing nuclear weapons and the collapse of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty brings Europe closer to the brink of another dangerous Cold War. Meanwhile, the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) gains traction and opens new avenues for urgently needed common campaigns and actions.
- Peace groups
- International peace networks
- Social and environmental movements
- Trade unions
- Everyone who wants to make the planet safer
All are welcome to discuss this challenging situation and the way forward to a nuclear-weapons-free Europe.
Signed in 1987 by the Unites States and the Soviet Union, the INF Treaty bans a complete class of nuclear weapons -- land-based cruise and ballistic missiles with ranges of 500 to 5,500km. The Treaty signalled a victory on the part of millions of Europeans who, during the 1980s, demonstrated against the “Euromissiles”. As the United States and Russia again spend enormous sums on modernizing their nuclear arsenals, tensions between both countries are widely recognized as being at their worst since the end of the Cold War.
How do we stop this nuclear arms race? How best to promote and implement the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons? What alternatives are there for peace and common/human security in Europe? How can we achieve European Nuclear Disarmament?
- Datum: zaterdag 14 september 2019
- Plaats: Rue du Progrès 323, 1030 Brussel
- Uur: 11u00 - 17u00
- More information: email@example.com.