The ELN convened over 70 experts, researchers, and practitioners from around the world to look at the nexus between disruptive technologies, nuclear decision-making and arms control. This workshop report explores the challenges and opportunities new technologies pose to existing arms control and proposes six policy recommendations.
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ELN Director Sir Adam Thomson and Senior Consulting Fellow Sir Graham Stacey co-authored an op-ed in The Hill
ELN Director Sir Adam Thomson and Senior Consulting Fellow Sir Graham Stacey co-authored an op-ed in The Hill. They outlined pragmatic steps & 5 priority areas for enhanced NATO-Russia mil-to-mil dialogue. The authors also underscore need for commencement of discussions about the future risks...
Drawing on insights from former high-level nuclear decision-makers and current officials at a virtual pilot-workshop, this report explores the complexities posed by emerging technologies and their possible impact on nuclear weapon decision-making.
Emerging and Disruptive Technologies, Multi-domain Complexity, and Strategic Stability: A Review and Assessment of the Literature
This paper by the Center for Global Security Research seeks to create a baseline of common understanding about emerging disruptive technologies and their risks so that we can explore in a more informed way implications for crisis management and possible risk reduction measures.
Multi-Domain Complexity and Strategic Stability in Peacetime, Crisis, and War – Annotated Bibliography
This bibliography by the Center for Global Security Research has been developed in partnership with the ELN and Dr Andrew Futter as an input to a joint effort to create a baseline of shared understanding about multi-domain complexity, strategic stability, and risk mitigation strategies.
As the US, China and Russia become ever more embroiled in this burgeoning competition, Europe can – and should – play a leading role in encouraging restraint and advancing needed arms control in the high-tech sphere.