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Commentary

What the death of the INF Treaty means for Europe

Dr Anna Péczeli argues the fall of the INF Treaty is primarily the result of Russian violation, but European allies and the US are also responsible for its demise.

15 November 2018 | Dr Anna Péczeli
Global Security|Arms Control|INF|NATO|Nuclear Arms Control|Russia|Russia-West Relations|Security
Event

ELN Policy Fellow Julia Berghofer Speaks About Nuclear Weapons and Cyber Risks at CODE BLUE Conference, Tokyo

From 1-2 November, ELN Policy Fellow Julia Berghofer spoke at the CODE BLUE 2018 information security conference in Tokyo where she presented on Nuclear Weapons and Cyber Risks: Policy Recommendations for Enhancing C3 and Supply Chain Security and Resilience.  Julia made the case for improved information exchange and sharing of best practice between governments, military staff, academic experts […]

13 November 2018
Cyber|Nuclear Security|Security|YGLN
Commentary

Security in the Euro-Atlantic jungle: three rules for survival

Sir Adam Thomson gives his afterthoughts on the 2018 Riga Dialogue, stating that many traditional frames of reference have not caught up with the reality of the Euro-Atlantic security situation.

28 September 2018 | Adam Thomson
Euro-Atlantic Security|European Defence|Global Security|Defence|Diplomacy|Europe|Foreign policy|Russia|Russia-West Relations|Security|Transatlantic relations|United States
Report

European Defence: Messages for the Next European Commission

With European elections upcoming and the shape of the next Commission unknowable, this report is not an agenda for the years to come but lessons for the next Commission from developments in European defence over the last two years.

24 September 2018 | Alice Billon-Galland
European Defence|Defence|Diplomacy|EU|Europe|Security
Commentary

Uncharted Waters: the Italian Government’s Foreign and Security Policy

Stefano Stefanini, Italy's former Ambassador to NATO, argues that the new Five Star-League Italian government will soon be faced with stark foreign policy choices. Although the government will likely remain anchored to NATO and will quickly learn it cannot 'have it all', the coalition could cause significant disruption to EU policy through populist stances on migration or Russia sanctions.

18 June 2018 | Stefano Stefanini
European Defence|EU|Foreign policy|Italy|Security