Leadership Group Signals Danger of Unintended Escalation to Russia-West Military Confrontation
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Group Statement on Necessary Steps for a Successful 2015 Review Conference of the Non-Proliferation Treaty
In a joint statement, over 50 senior European politicians, military figures and diplomats call for P-5 engagement in humanitarian impacts initiative, progress on a WMD Free Zone in the Middle East and other steps to strengthen NPT diplomacy.
The first position paper from the Leadership Task Force identifies a strategic vacuum in European international relations and calls for the Pursuit of a Cooperative Greater Europe.
In a letter to the Wall Street Journal, 15 British ELN members strongly welcome and support the agreement with Iran reached in November and the recently announced implementation of the Joint Plan of Action.
In a joint statement, 70 senior European politicians, military figures and diplomats call for a new approach to security ahead of EU Council Meeting.
45 European leaders call for change in NATO policy ahead of the 2012 Chicago Summit.
The Top Level Group argues that, despite the many issues jostling for leadership attention in 2012, the nuclear issue is so serious it must be moved up the agenda and action must include but go well beyond Iran.
A group of high level politicians, diplomats, scientists and military figures have recently formed in Italy. Below is the statement of the group along with the list of members. “Today marks the launch of a newly formed group of prominent Italian politicians and experts working to achieve...
36 ELN members call on the Alliance to review its nuclear policy and posture with a view to facilitating progress in arms control ahead of the NATO Lisbon summit.