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Iran on the Boil in the IAEA Boardroom: Russia, the West, and NPT Obligations

Ahead of the European Parliament’s exchange of views on the implementation of Iran’s NPT Safeguard Agreement and other nuclear obligations, this policy brief outlines growing differences on the topic between Russia and the West.

17 February 2020 | Mark Hibbs
EU|International Law|Iran|JCPOA|NPT|Nuclear Arms Control|Nuclear Security|Nuclear Weapons|Russia|Russia-West Relations
Report

Can Moscow and London find a way forward on the NPT?

The UK and Russia hold pivotal roles within the Non-Proliferation Treaty regime and share a common interest in its preservation and longevity. This report sets out actionable policy recommendations London and Moscow could adopt in the run-up to the NPT 2020 Review Conference.

10 February 2020
Global Security|NPT|Nuclear Arms Control|Nuclear Weapons|Russia
Report

Europe, Iran and the United States: A Roadmap for 2020

What is the best path for Europe to take in 2020? A recent meeting of experts and officials, convened by the ELN and the Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF), weighed the options.

27 January 2020 | Adam Thomson and Sahil Shah
Global Security|EU|France|Germany|International Law|Iran|JCPOA|Middle East|Nuclear Security|Nuclear Weapons|Sanctions|Transatlantic relations|United Nations|United States
Policy brief

The P5 Process: Ten years on

A decade on, ELN Policy Fellow Max Hoell analyses developments in the P5 process to date and recommends steps to overcome its current impasse.

25 September 2019 | Maximilian Hoell
Global Security|NPT|Nuclear Arms Control|Nuclear Disarmament|Nuclear Weapons
Policy brief

Outlines for future conventional arms control in Europe: A sub-regional regime in the Baltics

Deteriorating relations between Russia and NATO and the increasing capacity for rapid deployment and concentration of forces increases instability and the risk of military escalation, namely in the Baltic region. Against this background, the countries concerned could be interested in a conventional arms control regime that helps to prevent destabilising build-ups of forces and to enhance maritime security.

3 September 2019 | Evgeny Buzhinskiy and Oleg Shakirov
Euro-Atlantic Security|Baltics|Conventional Arms Control|Europe|NATO|Russia-West Relations
Policy brief

Managing the cyber-nuclear nexus

There are currently no formal international agreements linking nuclear weapons and cyber capabilities, and to fill this void states have invested considerable resource to address the ‘cyber’ challenge – but what does this mean for the security of nuclear weapons?

24 July 2019 | Dr Andrew Futter
Global Security|Cyber|Deterrence|Emerging technologies|Nuclear Security|Nuclear Weapons