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As long as the relationship between Russia and the West continues to be confrontational, the urgent task will be to stabilize and manage the confrontation.
Ulrich Kuhn identifies three crises affecting the European security architecture, a military crisis epitomised by the conflict in Ukraine, an arms control crisis epitomised by the wilful neglect of treaties, and a structural crisis epitomised by the decay of collective security.
Ulrich Kühn argues that President Obama’s Prague vision has lost none of its validity, but that events on the ground have ensured that it will become harder to achieve.
Ulrich Kühn calls for a modern approach to conventional arms control in Europe, including regional reassurance measures and transparency mechanisms.