Hans Blix, former IAEA Director General and ELN member, argues that American concerns over Iran’s nuclear weapons intentions may be more of a marketing ploy than a real worry.
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Dr Nick Wright, Teaching Fellow in EU Politics at UCL, argues that the United Kingdom both could and should engage in security and defence co-operation with the EU through CSDP after Brexit.
ELN Director Adam Thomson and ELN Research Director Lukasz Kulesa argue that while there will be no immediate transatlantic divorce, the US position on the Iran Deal has drawn the EU countries, Russia and China closer together as JCPOA signatories.
Oleksandr Tytarchuk, co-founder of the East European Security Research Initiative Foundation, argues that there are more pros than cons to Ukraine receiving lethal aid from the United States.
A hundred years after the Russian Revolution, Ilana Bet-El, Senior Associate Fellow at the ELN, looks at its deep impact and enduring effects in Europe.
Emmanuelle Maitre argues that the Trump administration’s policy shift means that it is now the US which is violating the spirit of the JCPOA. By targeting the motivations of potential investors, it is making the deal much less attractive for Tehran.
The United States should be acting to shore up the cornerstone of European security that is the INF rather than threatening it with a collapse with its response to Russia’s poor behaviour.
What lessons to draw from the latest Russian combined strategic exercise? For Michael Kofman, Senior Research Scientist at CNA and Fellow at the Wilson Center, Moscow signalled it can maintain coercive credibility in a potential conflict with NATO.
Is the Intermediate Nuclear Forces treaty worth saving? And if so, can it be saved? Douglas Barrie, Senior Fellow for Military Aerospace at IISS, argues that saving it is a worthy but maybe no longer attainable goal.