Englishmen and women no longer in New York

Over the past few weeks, employees from across Her Majesty’s Government have blogged about their experiences at the Review Conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

Ten days on from an exciting conclusion at the United Nations in New York, the dust is starting to settle on the 2010 NPT RevCon. For those of us now back in the Big Smoke, the cloud of jet lag has lifted and we’re evaluating the success of both the conference and of how useful our communications campaign has been in delivering our policy objectives.

As we adapt to a slightly less hectic pace of life, thank you to everyone who has contributed to, commented on or read this blog over the last few weeks. We’ve heard from colleagues at the Department of Energy & Climate Change, Ministry of Defence and the a title=”FCO” href=”http://www.fco.gov.uk”>Foreign Office and received a lot of positive feedback on their insights. It’s been fascinating reading about the range of different experiences, and getting a great insight into multilateral diplomacy.

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