Sir Malcolm Rifkind discusses the implications of Brexit and offers his vision of how the UK-EU relationship should look moving forward.
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Bernard Norlain, Lord Owen, Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Paul Quiles argue that as long as the threat of nuclear terrorism exists, the effort to secure and reduce weapons usable nuclear and radiological materials must continue.
Former UK Foreign Secretary Malcolm Rifkind & former Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov discuss the potential for military escalation in the Ukraine crisis.
Ahead of the Nuclear Security Summit in the Hague, five UK and French members of the ELN , all former ministers or senior military officials, point out that we have no way of knowing whether 85% of the world’s nuclear material stockpiles are in fact secure.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP argues that Russia’s actions in Ukraine will have had serious implications for Ukraine, Europe and potentially global stability and the only way to stand up to Putin is through robust and targeted economic sanctions.
Des Browne, Malcolm Rifkind and David Owen call for significant changes to NATO nuclear policy.