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International Relations Committee
Oral evidence ongoing.
As a result of rising tensions between nuclear-armed states and the fragmenting of existing non-proliferation and arms control agreements, nuclear weapons are on the international agenda in a way they have not been since the end of the Cold War. In this context, the House of Lords International Relations Committee is launching an inquiry into the NPT and nuclear disarmament, during which it will examine the state of global nuclear diplomacy and the United Kingdom’s role in it.
Evidence given by Ms Sarah Price, Head of Counter Proliferation and Arms Control Centre, Acting Director for Defence and International Security, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Evidence given by Alexandra Bell, Senior Policy Director, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation; Dr Oliver Meier, Deputy Head, International Security Division, German Institute for International Affairs.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
International Relations Committee takes evidence on 6 March at 10.40am