Little can be done at the moment to resolve fully grown differences between major international actors, but a number of measures could be adopted to reduce unnecessary military risk.
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Yauheni Preiherman is the Founder and Director of the Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations. His main research interests include the foreign policies of small states, international affairs in Eastern Europe, and Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian security. Yauheni is a regular...
At present, current institutions underpinning the global nuclear order are not fit for purpose. New forums, such as CEND and “stepping stones”, serve a practical purpose of generating new ideas for promoting nuclear disarmament and reducing nuclear risk.
Ahead of the European Parliament’s exchange of views on the implementation of Iran’s NPT Safeguard Agreement and other nuclear obligations, this policy brief outlines growing differences on the topic between Russia and the West.
Mark Hibbs is Nonresident Senior Fellow in the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C. He has lived in Europe since 1984. His research is focused on international nuclear trade, national nuclear power programs, nuclear verification, and...
High-level officials from the five nuclear weapon states recognised under the NPT met in London this week for the 2020 “P5 Process” dialogue.