Law panel event on the use of nuclear weapons
31 October 2014
Participants included Nobuo Hayashi (Peace Research Institute, Oslo), Professor Steven Haines (University of Greenwich), Dr Jasmine Moussa (American University in Cairo) and Professor Charles Garraway (University of Essex). The event was chaired by Dr Marco Roscini (Westminster Law School).
The event also celebrated the book launch of:
Nuclear Weapons Under International Law
G. Nystuen, S. Casey-Maslen and A. Golden Bersagel eds (Cambridge University Press, 2014)
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