There is more to Russia’s increased military presence in the Arctic than mere muscle-flexing. Domestic drivers, that are often overlooked, deserve further attention.
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During the UK’s tenure as coordinator, London has advanced the doctrines discussion and transparency-building efforts in spite of stark disagreements.
The pillar of international biological arms control is, at present, inadequate for handling a biological weapons crisis.
On 22 April Iran successfully launched its first military satellite, unveiling its parallel IRGC-run space program for the first time. Is Iran embarking on a hedging strategy aimed at acquiring long-range ballistic missile technology?
France’s priorities for the P5 process are moving forward the deliberations on the Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty (FMCT) and strategic risk reduction.
Gabriella Gricius explores the uncertain future of New START and what could happen if it’s left to expire.
The strategic ramifications of Covid-19 will be multi-faceted, profound and far-reaching.
In February, the ELN and King’s College London coordinated the civil society events at the London P5 Process meeting.
Carlo Trezza looks at President Macron’s speech at the Ecole de Guerre last month on the possible role of French nuclear deterrence in the context of European security and defence.