The recent US allegations against Russia for violating the CTBT weaken the treaty and fuel speculation that the US might ‘unsign’ the test ban. This paper lays out the repercussions of these recent actions and offers recommendations for supporters of the CTBT.
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Some US officials have recently alleged that Russia is undermining the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) by conducting low-yield tests at the Novaya Zemlya test site. What should the international community make of these allegations?
In diplomatic terms, the 2019 PrepCom was better than many expected, despite a failure to find consensus on many key issues, but what does this mean going forward to the 2020 Review Conference?
Former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush, the Hon. Franklin C. Miller, responds to the claim that now is the time for a renaissance in disarmament
European think tank directors and founders from Rome to Riga issue a joint call to the US to reconsider its approach to the Iran nuclear deal.
Reflecting on NATO’s celebration of its 70th anniversary, Dr Dan Plesch proposes the opportunity for a third great charter of Paris to address the elimination and governing of ‘Weapons of All Destruction’.