William Potter, Director of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, discusses the impact that the Ukraine crisis may have on ongoing nuclear negotiations.
Ahead of the 2014 NPT Preparatory Conference, ELN member Lord Hannay argues that the international community must continue to work toward strengthening all aspects of the nuclear non-proliferation regime.
ELN member and former Turkish Foreign Minister Hikmet Çetin outlines steps the international community can take toward a peaceful solution in Ukraine.
Jan Techau, director of Carnegie Europe, argues that despite its recent problems, the EU's Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) will remain a central tool of EU foreign policy.
In a new policy brief for the ELN Andrea Berger discusses P5 unity and its relationship to the future of the Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Weapons Initiative.
Denitsa Raynova and Ian Kearns ask whether the international diplomacy surrounding the Ukraine crisis is far more nuanced than talk of Russian isolation suggests.
Ian Bond argues for the strengthening of EU-Eastern Partnership ties in the face of Russia's annexation of Crimea.
Malcolm Chalmers, Research Director at RUSI, on the limited progress President Obama can expect on the nuclear agenda in his own life-time.
Former Polish Defence Minister and ELN member, Janusz Onyszkiewicz, examines the background to Russia's annexation of Crimea and argues that this move is not only morally unacceptable, but also counter-productive.
Five UK and French members of the ELN, all former ministers or senior military officials, point out that we have no way of knowing whether 85% of the world’s nuclear material stockpiles are in fact secure.
Heather Williams discusses the outcomes of the Second Conference on the Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Weapons and highlights the importance of the initiative with regards to continuous dialogue on disarmament and non-proliferation.
The nascent security dilemma in the Arctic is not unmanageable, but genuine security concerns must be addressed through enhanced cooperation and transparency at the regional level and a security community in the northern part of the globe.
Tedo Japaridze discusses possible effects of the crisis in Crimea on the energy security of the wider European region.
A leadership group calls for a Joint Contact Group to address the crisis in Ukraine, for the territorial integrity of Ukraine to be respected, and for a new approach to building mutual security in the Euro-Atlantic region.