Des Browne, Adam Daniel Rotfeld and Igor Ivanov lay out a vision for a cooperative Greater Europe as a framework for securing peace, promoting shared prosperity, and enabling Europe to avoid being marginalised in international affairs.
Simon Lunn reviews the successes and failures of the NATO-Russia Council, and asks what can be done to promote a more effective partnership between Russia and NATO in the future.
A new book co-edited by Dr Ian Kearns, Director of the ELN and UK Shadow Foreign Secretary, Douglas Alexander MP
Jacek Durkalec, Ian Kearns and Łukasz Kulesa examine trust and trust-building in international relations and call for the adoption of new arms control measures to build trust between NATO and Russia.
Stela Petrova and Ian Kearns argue there is far more at stake in diplomacy with Iran than a solution to the Iranian nuclear programme itself.
Simon Lunn explores the prospects for a modernised Conventional Arms Control regime in the Euro-Atlantic Region.
Dr. Valentyn Badrak argues for a new CFE Treaty, negotiated between Russia, NATO and the non-aligned states, that regulates modern weapons and includes effective verification mechanisms.
Ulrich Kühn calls for a modern approach to CAC in Europe, including regional reassurance mechanisms, sub-regional limitations, and tailored transparency measures.
An opportunity to lead a unique organisation as it seeks to build Europe’s strategic leadership capacity to address the foreign and security policies of the 21st century. This role will involve working with Europe’s political, military and diplomatic elites to help fashion and advocate for European solutions to some of the world’s most challenging problems, from nuclear weapons, to change in the Middle East.