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Ulrich Kühn

Deputy Head, Arms Control and Emerging Technologies Programme, University of Hamburg

Ulrich Kühn, PhD, is Deputy Head of the Arms Control and Emerging Technologies Program at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg, and a Non-resident Scholar with the Nuclear Policy Program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Previously, he worked for the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation of the James Martin Center for Non-proliferation Studies and for the German Federal Foreign Office.

Dr Kühn 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 on arms control and non-proliferation, international security institutions, and transatlantic security. His articles and commentary appeared inter alia at Foreign Affairs, The New York Times, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, The Washington Quarterly, and The Non-proliferation Review.

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Three Crises Threatening the European Security Architecture

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.

24 February 2015 | Ulrich Kühn
Euro-Atlantic Security