Elisabeth Braw, ELN Senior Associate Fellow, criticizes reignited debate on German or “European” nuclear deterrent as a harmful distraction in the context of actual European security challenges
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The ELN works to build the closest possible contacts with NATO and the OSCE to target our research and have the greatest impact on policy. The ELN has good relationships with numerous current NATO officials, as demonstrated by the excellent reaction to our recent reports on fostering NATO-EU cooperation. In this case, two NATO ambassadors […]
ELN Policy Fellow Alice Billon-Galland attended the 'NATO Engages' event in the margins of the Brussels summit, and participated in gatherings as a member of the Executive Board of Women in International Security UK (WIIS UK).
Independent expert Dmitry Stefanovich argues that the Helsinki Summit could herald the beginning of a new phase in US-Russia arms control. By analysing current bilateral disputes over the existing arms control treaties, New START and INF, Stefanovich proposes a number of recommendations to advance the current stalemate.
Did the security of Poland improve two years after the NATO Warsaw Summit? Read Katarzyna Kubiak's commentary published in Global.Lab.
Last week’s Helsinki Summit has brought renewed focus to Russian actions in cyberspace. In a new report, ELN Research Associate Joss Meakins explores Russia’s conflicted approach to cyber deterrence and proposes new ways to create a more stable Russia-West cyber deterrence relationship.