In a new op-ed Wolfgang Ischinger, Steven Pifer, and Andrei Zagorski argue that pre-existing arms controls have helped prevent the Ukraine crisis from degenerating from bad to worse.
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In a new statement 5 international leaders call for a Joint Contact Group to address the crisis and a new approach to building mutual security in the Euro-Atlantic region.
This report argues that it is time to get beyond regional security policies that are dangerously out-of-date, potentially destabilizing, and costly.
Wolfgang Ischinger argues that ballistic missile defence (BMD) can be turned from a source of opposition and mistrust into a game-changer where NATO and Russia cooperate as true partners.
Wolfgang Ischinger identifies two prerequisites for re-establishing mutual trust between Russia and NATO: ballistic missile defence and tactical nuclear weapons.