Moscow views a lack of tangible deliverables as a serious impediment to the effectiveness of the P5.
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Ahead of the June 2020 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors Meeting, these four graphs showcase current and historical data on Iran’s nuclear program.
Accusations about Russian and Chinese nuclear testing in the US Government’s 2020 Compliance Report forces into the open issues that have been simmering for a long time.
Last month, US Ambassador to Poland suggested relocating US nuclear weapons based in Germany to Poland. Is this likely to happen and what implications could it have?
The removal of US nuclear weapons from German soil would undermine the Euro-Atlantic security architecture and increase the likelihood of war in Europe, including that of nuclear use.
The Global Enterprise initiative encourages practical steps and commitments that demonstrate the ability of States to work together to advance the NPT’s nuclear disarmament goals. Many of these actions can be taken now without waiting until the RevCon is rescheduled.
In a digital conversation, the founders of the ELN and Women Political Leaders discuss championing women in political leadership and redressing gender imbalances.
This ELN brief on the Open Skies Treaty (OST) has live updates, including European and Russian reactions, to the US withdrawal from the Treaty.
“I’m not dead yet!”: What the COVID-19 prompted postponement could mean for the 10th NPT Review Conference
The delay of the Review Conference and disruption of the usual preparatory processes could offer an opportunity and space for a new vision for the conference and review process to emerge.