Nuclear non-proliferation and arms control expert is new chair in international affairs

Trevor Findlay (far right) has been appointed as the first William and Jeanie Barton Chair in International Affairs at Carleton University. Findlay currently serves as the director of the Canadian Centre for Treaty Compliance and is an associate professor in the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA). The Chair will reside in NPSIA and was recently established through a generous $3-million donation from William H. Barton, a distinguished former Canadian diplomat. Barton (centre) and his niece Jeanie Hicks are joined here, from left to right, by Professor Fen Hampson (NPSIA’s director) and President Samy Mahmoud.

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