In a new article for Arms Control Today, Dr Katarzyna Kubiak analyses European perspectives on the impending U.S. withdrawal from the INF Treaty. Although the ultimate decision belongs to Washington, which has yet to deliver the official withdrawal notification to Russia, its execution will incur serious implications for European security, NATO cohesion, and the future of arms control. (Subscrp. req.)
Drawing on their experience of working at NATO, Senior Associate Fellows Nicholas Williams and Simon Lunn explore parallels in the debate between the 1979 Dual Track decision and the current situation.
Former NATO Secretary-General and ELN Member, Lord Robertson of Port Ellen reflects on the developments and future of the alliance in its anniversary year.
Dr Klaus Wittmann, ret. Bundeswehr Brigadier General argues that while NATO would be right to retain the three core tasks in the 2010 Strategic Concept: Collective Defence, Crisis Management, Cooperative Security, it should agree on two new tasks: Consultation and Resilience, and that clear instruction must come from today’s Brussels summit.