Over 250 influential figures from 50 countries, including China, Russia, and the US, warn that nuclear arms control cannot fall victim to geopolitical competition
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Statement by the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group (EASLG): Advancing Global Nuclear “Fail-Safe”
Former and serving senior officials, military leaders, and experts from across the Euro-Atlantic region call on all nuclear arms states to reduce the risk of nuclear blunder, and to cooperate to eliminate nuclear risks and threats.
As the CTBT’s 25th anniversary year comes to a close, CTBTO Executive Secretary Dr Robert Floyd and a diverse set of leaders from the Treaty’s most recent ratifying states send a powerful message on the CTBT’s relevance and resilience in today’s world.
46 statespersons warn that strategic implications for global non-proliferation would be grave should the US and Iran fail to reach an agreement
Statement by the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group (EASLG) Co-Conveners: Ukraine and reducing nuclear risks
The Co-Conveners of the EASLG warn that the ongoing conflict in Ukraine elevates nuclear risks dramatically. The first and most essential step toward reducing the risks of a consequential accident, mistake, or miscalculation is a ceasefire to end the unacceptable and unjustifiable loss of human lives.
The Expert Dialogue on NATO-Russia risk reduction: a joint appeal for a ceasefire and risk reduction
Russian, American and European expert members of the Russia-NATO Military Risk Reduction Dialogue in Europe call for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire in Ukraine.
Statement by the Chair and Executive Director of the European Leadership Network on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will have devastating consequences for the security of all of us in Europe and beyond. The ELN’s Chair Lord Des Browne and Director Sir Adam Thomson call for an immediate cessation of hostilities and the resumption of serious diplomacy.
75 members of the Expert Group on Russia-NATO Risk Reduction and 36 ELN Network members from the US, Russia and Europe call for seven areas of action to be prioritised to reduce Russia-NATO tension.
Emerging leaders in the Euro-Atlantic region call on the leaders of Russia, Ukraine and NATO to solve the crisis in Ukraine not through military action but by diplomatic means.