The cyber side of conflict has become a prominent topic in recent years, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has made the discussion of this topic all the more relevant. In this commentary, Michael Klipstein and Tinatin Japaridze argue that NATO should consider and create policy for collective cyber defence, and potentially offense, under Article 5 of the NATO Charter.
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The US-Russia military hotline in Europe: Key principles for risk reduction from the US-Russia deconfliction measures in Syria
Despite diplomatic channels between Russia and Western countries narrowing in the aftermath of the invasion, in early March the US and Russia announced that they would establish a hotline to avoid miscalculation or escalation. Juliette Faure outlines key lessons from the US-Russia deconfliction measures in Syria starting in 2015.
On International Women’s Day 2022, the ELN is proud to showcase some of the brilliant women in our network. Watch Nathalie Tocci, Marietje Schaake, Nana Kalandarishvili and Julia Berghofer discuss leadership, diversity, and more.
Rapid technological change and a return to nuclear great-power competition suggest that the contours and central dynamics of our nuclear world are in flux. Andrew Futter writes that this shift requires a frank debate about the role of UK nuclear weapons and where they fit in the future of UK security policy.
Emerging leaders in the Euro-Atlantic region call on the leaders of Russia, Ukraine and NATO to solve the crisis in Ukraine not through military action but by diplomatic means.