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The prospect of START after the collapse of the INF and the implication to China


  • 时间:20191115日(星期五)13:30—15:00

15 November 2019 (Friday): 13:30—15:00

  • 地点:mg游戏紫金港校区西一楼410会议室

Room 410, XiYi Building, Zijingang Campus, ZJU

  • 主讲人:Professor Dan Smith,瑞典斯德哥尔摩国际和平研究所所长,高级研究员

  • 主持人:余潇枫 教授,mg游戏非传统安全与和平发展研究中心主任

Professor Yu Xiaofeng, Director of the NTS-PD

  • 主办:mg游戏非传统安全与和平发展研究中心

Center for Non-Traditional Security and Peaceful Development Studies(NTS-PD)ZJU


the Institute of Political Science, School of Public Affairs, ZJU


Dan Smith


Dan Smith is the Director of SIPRI. He has a long record of research and publication on a wide range of conflict and peace issues including such as nuclear strategy and disarmament, the relationship between climate change and insecurity, peace and security issues in the Middle East, peacebuilding, the ethics of forcible intervention in conflicts, gender aspects of conflict and peacebuilding,  and global conflict trends.

Smith served four years in the UN Peacebuilding Fund Advisory group, two of which (2010–2011) were as Chair. He was part-time Professor of Peace and Conflict at the University of Manchester, attached to the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute from 2014 to 2017. He is the author of successive editions of atlases of politics, of war and peace, and of the Middle East and blogs on international politics at

Before taking up his post at SIPRI he was Secretary General of the peacebuilding NGO International Alert from 2003 to 2015 and was Director of the International Peace Research Institute, OSLO from 1993 to 2001.