EAG 2019 SF: Risks from great-power competition (Dani Nedal)

When competition intensifies between powerful countries, peace and security are threatened in many ways — proxy wars break out, and global cooperation breaks down (including agreements on nuclear weapons). In this talk, Dani Nedal, who teaches “Global Nuclear Politics” at Carnegie Mellon University, offers thoughts on these risks, and how countries and individuals can work to reduce them.

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This talk was filmed at EA Global 2019: San Francisco. You can learn more about these conferences at eaglobal.org.

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