In September, between International Peace Day, UN General Assembly Week and the COP climate summit, the ELN and the Institute for Economics and Peace convened an intergenerational group of leaders to identify the kinds of leadership that are needed to confront the global challenges facing humanity.
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The ELN’s Sylvia Mishra writes that AI-generated fake videos – deep fakes – threaten to exacerbate chaos in conflict, lower nuclear thresholds and complicate nuclear weapons decision-making. The uncontrolled use and spread of this technology requires urgent attention from the nuclear policy community.
From the climate crisis to nuclear war and technological disruption: The future of security reassessed
On the eve of the COP26 summit, Irina Ghaplanyan writes that we need to rethink our models of leadership and re-examine our understanding of human security to deal with the existential threats we face.
Network reflections: The CTBT at 25: How might the international community better foster its entry into force?
On the 25th anniversary of the opening of signature for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), distinguished members of the ELN’s network share their views on the future of the Treaty.
Lord Hannay, who co-chaired ELN’s Go Big Action Group on New START extension in 2020-21, lays out priorities for the international community in dealing with these twin threats to humanity.
Stopping the construction of the pipeline at this late stage would have destroyed one of the last bridges to Russia. Both sides can benefit from the completion of Nord Stream 2, argues Nils Schmid.