The culmination of the yearlong INF drama, beset with mutual accusations, now places Europeans under enormous pressure to address the ensuing security challenges. This must be handled deftly without provoking Moscow, whilst also attempting to rejuvenate an arms control regime that is seemingly moribund.
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On November 21-23, ELN Policy Fellows Alice Billon-Galland and Katarzyna Kubiak participated in the 2018 Weimar Young Perspectives at Genshagen Castle, near Berlin.
Senior Associate Fellow, Elisabeth Braw, argues that deepening regional cohesion in the Baltics will assist in the strengthening of military deterrence.
Janusz Onyszkiewicz, former Polish Defence Minister and ELN member, shares his thoughts on how Brexit is likely to impact key aspects of British-Polish relations.
Tomasz Szatkowski observes that despite the broad political support for Poland's re-focus on territorial defence over expeditionary capability, significant inherent budgeting problems remain to be overcome.
The Case for a Transparency-centred Approach to Conventional Arms Control in Europe: A Polish Perspective
Jacek Durkalec argues for a renewed approach to conventional arms control in Europe based on transparency.