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Global Security

The Global Security programme focuses on challenges to Europe connected with the existence nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction, and their delivery vehicles. It promotes the reduction of the role of nuclear weapons and strengthening of non-proliferation regimes and arms control treaties, including the JCPOA, New START, the INF, and the NPT.

Latest Publications

Commentary

Russia-West relations in the age of fragmentation

Stephen Kinnock MP writes Russia-West relations are at a delicately balanced inflection point with deep division and political over-reaching on both sides. Both sides must learn from their mistakes, and start showing the political will and leadership that is so long overdue.

13 November 2018 | Stephen Kinnock
Euro-Atlantic Security|Global Security
Commentary

Scrapping the INF: Premature, Counterproductive and Dangerous

Professor Götz Neuneck writes proposals for Europe to prevent the collapse of the INF Treaty, which he argues would not only be a sharp break from previous arms control policy but risks challenging the nuclear arms control framework in its entirety.

5 November 2018 | Götz Neuneck
Global Security

Latest Events

Event

Security and Defence 2018: New realities, new rules

The ELN is a supporting partner of the annual Chatham House Security and Defence conference on 12-13 March. Find out more here and join international experts across policy, industry and academia to discuss the changing security landscape.

6 March 2018
Global Security