On Sunday 10 December the Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) for their work on the negotiation of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW). To examine the implications of this treaty for the global nuclear order, the ELN has commissioned a collection of essays, bringing together contributions from a distinguished group of nuclear policy and arms control experts.
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The United States should be acting to shore up the cornerstone of European security that is the INF rather than threatening it with a collapse with its response to Russia’s poor behaviour.
Is the Intermediate Nuclear Forces treaty worth saving? And if so, can it be saved? Douglas Barrie, Senior Fellow for Military Aerospace at IISS, argues that saving it is a worthy but maybe no longer attainable goal.
Miles Pomper writes that the Nuclear Security Summits have ended without building a sufficiently strong framework and doubts about whether it will be built in the future.
Several ELN members have signed a call to action urging heads of states to continue the work of protecting, securing and reducing the quantity of dangerous nuclear materials after the final Nuclear Security Summit.
Bernard Norlain, Lord Owen, Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Paul Quiles argue that as long as the threat of nuclear terrorism exists, the effort to secure and reduce weapons usable nuclear and radiological materials must continue.