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Commentary

Leadership for a more resilient future: In conversation with Steve Killelea and Lord Des Browne

In September, between International Peace Day, UN General Assembly Week and the COP climate summit, the ELN and the Institute for Economics and Peace convened an intergenerational group of leaders to identify the kinds of leadership that are needed to confront the global challenges facing humanity.

10 November 2021 | Steve Killelea, Des Browne and Jane Kinninmont
Commentary

Deep fakes: The next digital weapon with worrying implications for nuclear policy

The ELN’s Sylvia Mishra writes that AI-generated fake videos – deep fakes – threaten to exacerbate chaos in conflict, lower nuclear thresholds and complicate nuclear weapons decision-making. The uncontrolled use and spread of this technology requires urgent attention from the nuclear policy community.

3 November 2021 | Sylvia Mishra
Commentary

Principled but tough: The Greens’ chance to overhaul Berlin’s security and defence policy

After finishing in third place in Germany’s federal elections last month, the Green Party are likely to claim the Foreign Office. To fix the deficiencies of the last governments and make German security and defence policy more credible they must reconcile values with ambition, writes Paul von Salisch.

4 October 2021 | Paul von Salisch