The European Leadership Network releases recommendations ahead of the 10 January meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union on Iran and the Middle East.
Page 1 of 5
In October and November 2019, the European leadership Network (ELN) and King’s College London (KCL) hosted two workshops with experts and government officials from each of the P5 countries to explore cooperation ahead of the London conference and the NPT Review Conference in 2020. This policy memo captures many of the recommendations deliberated at the workshops.
It is easier and more appealing at many levels to stereotype than to assess the many factors at play, but simplification of statements leads to simplification of policy. Members of the Contact Group on Russia-West issue a group statement calling for dialogue, not stereotyping.
Rising complexity is neither a justification for discarding arms control arrangements nor an excuse for inaction in agreeing new measures. Over 100 members of the ELN’s senior network call on world leaders to prioritise nuclear diplomacy at the UN General Assembly
European think tank directors and founders from Rome to Riga issue a joint call to the US to reconsider its approach to the Iran nuclear deal.
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.
Members of the Younger Generation Leaders Network publish an open letter urging President’s Trump and Putin to preserve the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, resolve compliance issues, and work to protect nuclear arms control.