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Preventing nuclear proliferation: the role and interests of China

Professor Wyn Bowen discussed the special role and interests of China in confronting problem of nuclear proliferation.

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Preventing nuclear proliferation: the role and interests of China

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中国在反对核扩散中所发挥的作用与利益

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On 29 February 2012, Professor Wyn Bowen of Kings College London discussed the special role and interests of China in confronting problem of nuclear proliferation with a group of Chinese proliferation experts and scholars. The paper he presented at the seminar on ‘Nuclear Non-proliferation: China’s role and interests’ is the third in our series of articles on international security issues commissioned for our Strategic Communication project. The views expressed in the article are the author’s own, and do not necessarily reflect those of the UK government.

UK-China Strategic Communication Initiative

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