Dr. Ulrich Kühn directs the Arms Control and Emerging Technologies Program at IFSH Hamburg, and is a Nonresident Scholar with the Nuclear Policy Program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Previously, he worked for the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies and the German Federal Foreign Office. He is the founder of the trilateral Deep Cuts Commission, an alumnus of the ZEIT Foundation Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius, and a former Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow. He has published over 100 articles on arms control and nonproliferation, international security institutions, and transatlantic security.
Content by Ulrich Kühn
Dr Ulrich Kuhn responds to calls that the EU could diffuse the current INF Treaty crisis by initiating independent talks with Moscow.
As long as the relationship between Russia and the West continues to be confrontational, the urgent task will be to stabilize and manage the confrontation.
Ulrich Kuhn identifies three crises affecting the European security architecture, a military crisis epitomised by the conflict in Ukraine, an arms control crisis epitomised by the wilful neglect of treaties, and a structural crisis epitomised by the decay of collective security.