The European Union should step in and try to diffuse the INF crisis by initiating talks with Moscow on a follow-up agreement restraining missile deployments.
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As European governments push for negotiations to restrain Iran’s missile program, a new ELN policy brief assesses its missile developments.
Faced with transatlantic rifts, Allies should concentrate not on grand designs but rather on implementing the Wales agenda and strengthening Euro-Atlantic security from the bottom-up.
In this ELN-IISS research paper, Policy Fellow Alice Billon-Galland and Research Analyst Yvonni-Stefania Efstathiou assess whether current PESCO projects address the EU’s identified shortfalls to any meaningful extent.
The Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group’s latest statements support crisis management dialogue and cooperation among governments in addressing cyber threats to nuclear weapons systems.
EASLG: Support for Cooperation among Governments to Address Cyber Threats to Nuclear Weapons Systems
Due to increased cyber capabilities transforming and creating new nuclear risks, the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group propose actions that work towards building a better understanding of the global nature of this threat.
The Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group address the risk in the lack of effective and reliable crisis management dialogue and provide a foundation for crisis management advocacy.
This backgrounder offers important information on critical issues relevant to the Warsaw ministerial on the Middle East and other upcoming events.
Drawing on their experience of working at NATO, Senior Associate Fellows Nicholas Williams and Simon Lunn explore parallels in the debate between the 1979 Dual Track decision and the current situation.