Trident Replacement: The Tipping Point?

Greenpeace and the Weapons of Mass Destruction

Awareness Programme invite you to a seminar:

12 December,

10 am – 12 noon,

Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House, House of Commons.

The seminar will address:

• Philippe Sands QC’s legal opinion that Trident replacement

is likely to breach international law;

• The threat Trident replacement poses to the Nuclear Non-

Proliferation Treaty and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty;

• The impact of Trident replacement on efforts to resolve

the Iranian nuclear crisis;

• Whether it makes more sense to spend the tens of billions

that Trident replacement would cost on measures to arrest

climate change and deal with the treat of terrorism.



Baroness Shirley Williams.


• Professor Louise Doswald-Beck

Director, University Centre for

International Humanitarian Law.

• Professor Ken Booth

Head, Department of International

Relations, University of Aberystwyth.

• Dr Charles Dick

Senior Research Fellow,

UK Defence Academy.

• John Vidal

Environmental Correspondent,

The Guardian.

Refreshments provided.

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