The ELN continues its long-standing work on European-Iranian relations. All of the ELN’s work on Iran can be found on one page
A revival of arms control will not be possible by going back to old approaches. Instead, arms control needs to adapt to new circumstances. A new report from the Center for Security Studies in Zurich sets out a transatlantic approach on how to build a political strategy for arms control in a new landscape.
Network members share their views on the joint statement of the leaders of the Five Nuclear-Weapon States, Jan 2022.
Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group (EASLG) Supports Joint Statement of the Leaders of the Five Nuclear- Weapon States Affirming: “A Nuclear War Cannot be Won and Must Never be Fought”
The EASLG welcomes the leadership shown by the leaders of China, France, Russia, the UK, and the US in their January 3rd 2022 Joint Statement on Preventing Nuclear War and Avoiding Arms Races.
With the 2022 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference approaching in January, Angela Kane outlines the necessary actions to unlock the potential of the RevCon and nurture creative strategic action. She argues that we need a new overarching vision for nuclear arms control, one that goes beyond the consideration of “missile gaps.”
The South Caucasus is a strategically significant part of the world — but the West’s presence in the region seems to be gradually eroding. Daniel Shapiro provides suggestions regarding areas in which Western countries can re-engage.
ELN Policy Fellow Dr Katarzyna Kubiak presented her research on the relation between vertical proliferation and disarmament at the PONI 2019 Summer Conference in Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on 9th July 2019.
As part of the FIIA-led research project, ‘New challenges for strategic deterrence in the 21st century’, part of the implementation of the Finish Government Plan for Analysis, Assessment and Research for 2018, Sir Adam Thomson speaks to an audience on nuclear arms control.