Carlo Trezza argues it is time for the US to take up the policy of “no first use” of nuclear weapons, to show other nuclear states that this is both possible and desirable, and ultimately to reduce the risks of any nuclear confrontation.
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Sylvia Mishra is a New Tech Nuclear Officer at the European Leadership Network and a doctoral researcher at the Department of Defence Studies, King’s College London (KCL). Her research focuses on nuclear strategy and nonproliferation, Southern Asian security, grand strategy and emerging...
Piero Fassino, 70, is a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies. Elected for the first time in 1994, re-elected in all following legislatures until 2011 - when he became Mayor of Turin (2011-2016) - and elected again in 2018. Currently President of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the...
Martin Rees (Lord Rees of Ludlow, OM, FRS) is the UK's Astronomer Royal. He is based at Cambridge University where he is a Fellow (and Former Master) of Trinity College. He is a former President of the Royal Society and a member of many foreign academies. His research interests include space...
The recommendations of 145 high-ranking signatories on how NATO and Russia can reduce the risk of inadvertent conflict, were quoted in The Conversation article.
The National Interest article on ELN NATO – Russia statement, co-authored by ELN Director Adam Thomson, published by Russia Matters project
The recommendations of 145 high-ranking signatories on how NATO and Russia can reduce the risk of inadvertent conflict, were promoted in an article by Adam Thomson, Sergey Gromyko and Alexander Vershbow, published by Russia Matters project.