The ELN is proud to promote a high-level public conference by, The Latvian Institute of International Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia and the NATO Public Diplomacy Division on 'NATO's outlook towards 2030 and beyond". The event will take place on November 30th...
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As leaders of Germany’s Social Democrats, Greens and Liberals agreed on a coalition deal yesterday, Julia Berghofer writes that when it comes to defence and security, the new coalition must strike a balance between pursuing ambitious projects while not losing sight of the sometimes-arduous groundwork.
On the eve of the seventh round of negotiations on the restoration of the JCPOA – or Iran nuclear deal – the ELN and the Bourse & Bazaar Foundation publish a set of creative ideas to help bridge gaps related to guarantees and sanctions relief.
Network reflections: Given competing global challenges, why is it important to sustain efforts toward multilateral nuclear disarmament?
As part of a series of reflections on our tenth anniversary, the ELN Network members share their views on why nuclear disarmament remains a priority.
As tensions flare between Russia and NATO countries, the ELN is sharing recent work on concrete de-escalation measures that NATO and Russia could take to reduce the risks of an unintended escalation.
The 1985 statement that “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought” was first made by Presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev at their summit in Geneva. This year, Presidents Biden, Putin and Xi all reaffirmed this principle. Why have some countries declined to reaffirm it and could this change?
The 1985 statement that “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought” was first made by Presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev at their summit in Geneva. Which nuclear states have reaffirmed this principle today and why have some countries declined to reaffirm it?
As part of a series of reflections on our tenth anniversary, network members share their views on what makes good leadership.
As the COP26 climate summit enters its final day, Carlo Trezza writes that next year’s NPT Review Conference should recognise the catastrophic environmental consequences of any use of nuclear weapons.