Event Date: 21st September 2021
Location: Internet 14:00 BST
Virtual program: China’s new nuclear silo fields
Are China’s new nuclear missile fields the sign of a shift in the country’s nuclear arsenal strategy? Bulletin associate editor Susan D’Agostino leads a discussion with Duyeon Kim, adjunct senior fellow with the Asia-Pacific Security Program at CNAS; Matt Korda, research associate for the Nuclear Information Project at FAS; and Tong Zhao, senior fellow in the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, on the recent discovery and how it might factor into future policy talks. Join us Sept. 21.
Is China’s approach to its nuclear arsenal changing? On September 21, join Duyeon Kim, adjunct senior fellow with the Asia-Pacific Security Program at CNAS and Bulletin columnist; Matt Korda, senior research associate for the Nuclear Information Project at FAS; and Tong Zhao senior fellow at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy in conversation with Bulletin associate editor Susan D’Agostino, as they discuss the recent open source discoveries of the new Chinese nuclear missile fields and offer insights into whether this move is indicative of a larger strategy shift or a negotiating card for future talks.