An approach which aims to inject new thinking into Russia-NATO relations has been proposed by the ELN-supported Task Force on Cooperation in Greater Europe, endorsed by former foreign and defence ministers, military leaders, diplomats and experts from the United Kingdom, Turkey, Russia, France, Ukraine, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. The proposal outlines “interim rules of the game” to allow for more transparency, predictability and risk reduction as well as for avoiding misunderstanding, miscalculation and unintended escalation.
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Members of the cross-party Top Level Group of UK Parliamentarians for Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament and Non-proliferation urge Trump to stay in the Iran nuclear deal.
Over 100 European political, diplomatic and military leadership figures are appealing to President Trump not to take unilateral action that would jeopardise the deal and trigger a crisis in US-Europe relations.
We have crossed over to a new nuclear era in which cyber capabilities transform the nuclear risks.
Reducing and eliminating nuclear risks is an existential common interest for all nations.
80 European leaders call on President Trump to preserve the Iran nuclear deal.
18 leading figures from a pan-European Task Force, including Russians, Britons, French, Poles, and Turks, call for a renewal of European Arms Control.
Signed by 15 Italian leadership figures, this appeal calls for the Italian government to review their decision not to participate in the negotiation on a Nuclear Ban Treaty.
62 political, military and diplomatic European leaders endorses the recommendations in the ELN report ‘EU-NATO Relations: Inching forward?’ and call on governments to improve EU-NATO cooperation.