Chair of the ELN Des Browne and the Co-Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) Ernest Moniz have written a letter to The Times, arguing that in passing the 2021 Integrated Review London has inexplicably abdicated its longstanding leadership role on nuclear disarmament. By announcing a policy change that runs counter to President Biden’s commitment to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in national security policies, the UK also endangers the “special relationship”. The whole article, republished by the Daily Express, can be found here.
Network reflections: How should NATO interpret and respond to the recent crisis on Ukraine’s border?
Ahead of the NATO Summit, five members of the ELN’s senior network share their views and analysis
In the midst of the current crisis, ELN resources from our Network of security policy leaders from 40 European countries can help explain what is happening now and provide context and principles for future efforts to re-establish peace and security.
Mistakes, misunderstandings and miscalculation – reducing the risk of NATO/Russia military incidents and escalation: ELN-LIIA round table report
Ahead of the NATO and Biden-Putin Summits, the ELN and LIIA convened forty senior military and civilian experts from Russia and NATO countries to progress the discussion on NATO/Russia military-to-military dialogue.