Oslo Nuclear Reading Group seminar with Henrik Stålhane Hiim (NUPI)
At the first Oslo Nuclear Reading Group we will discuss Henrik Stålhane Hiim working paper: “How do states export the bomb? China, supply-side theory, and the spread of nuclear weapons”. The author will offer a brief introductory remark, while most of the seminar will be used for discussion and feedback on the paper.
Henrik Stålhane Hiim is a Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI). His main area of research is Chinese foreign and security policy. He also has a strong interest in nuclear proliferation and arms control. Hiim completed his PhD at the University of Oslo in 2016. His recent book, "Strategic Assistance: China and International Nuclear Weapons Proliferation" (Routledge 2019) explores China’s approach to the nuclear programs of Pakistan, Iran, and North Korea. Hiim is a former Stanton nuclear security fellow at MIT, and has been a guest researcher at Beijing University.
If you would like to participate, and receive the working paper a week in advance, please register here.