United States, China and Russia: geopolitical developments in nuclear and space
|31 March 2020|
|18 h 00 min | 19 h 30 min|
|Faculty of Law and Political science (Amphi. Léon Duguit )|
35 Place Pey Berland - 33000 - Bordeaux - (France)
This lecture will be given in French
Lecture by Philippe Clar, Director of Defence Programmes, ArianeGroup.
The end of the Cold War had allowed the “peace dividends” to be contemplated. 30 years later, the US-Soviet duopoly has evolved into a strategic 3-way competition. The emergence of China as a new power with global ambition calls into question the Arms Control Treaties of the Cold War. New technologies are emerging, such as hypersonic glires, causing a new arms race. Space is also becoming a new field of confrontation between great powers.
This conference will be an opportunity to address these major trends in an increasingly uncertain and complex world. French developments will also be discussed.
|In partnership with|
|AQUI-IHEDN and Mollat Bookstore support this lecture cycle|
Free entry, obligatory registration