Ian Kearns, Steve Andreasen and Des Browne argue that short term efforts to arm Ukraine to the point where it can fight Russia will fail. What is needed now, they argue, is a strategy that ensures both Ukraine, and the system of international relations established in Europe in recent decades, can survive and prosper in the long-term.
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Steve Andreasen examines the complexities of Euro-Atlantic security with regards to arms control, diplomacy with Russia and the role of NATO as nuclear Alliance.
Steve Andreason calls on NATO to take advantage of the opportunity provided by the DDPR and the Chicago Summit and put in place the strategy “10 for 2012″.
Steven Andreasen, Malcolm Chalmers and Isabelle Williams on the scope for a new consensus on NATO Nuclear Weapons Since the end of the Cold War, major changes have occurred in NATO's consideration of nuclear weapons, which have until now been a key component of its collective defence...