On November 28, during the Second Meeting of States Parties to the Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, CPDCS, the International Peace Bureau, and Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, held a round table session on the world’s tectonic geopolitical changes and their implications for nuclear weapons and nuclear disarmament. We were 25 leading analysts and leaders of movements from 13 nations. As talks and remarks are transcribed, we will post them here.
Panel One: Tectonic Geopolitical Changes and their Implications
China’s Perspectives on the World’s Geopolitical Changes and Their Implications for Nuclear Weapon Policies — by Dr. Danning Wang, Founder and Board Chair, Belt and Road of Culture Exchange Foundation for Women. Hong Kong, China.