Although Sweden’s pending NATO membership is a move in the right direction for enhanced stability in the Euro-Atlantic zone, President Erdogan’s perceived “triumph” in setting the terms of Swedish membership could have serious operational and strategic challenges for NATO in the future, writes Nima Khorrami.
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Could establishing Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) systems for nuclear security in the EU improve existential risk resilience?
Nicholas Moulios, from the ELN’s New European Voices on Existential Risk (NEVER) Network, has written the ELN’s first commentary as part of this project. He explores the capabilities of OSINT systems for assessing and mitigating potential nuclear disasters, and how these emerging technologies can be harnessed to improve existential risk resilience in Europe and beyond.
Turkey’s resistance to Swedish and Finnish NATO membership is an outward sign of a more profound shift in Turkey’s geo-strategic position, writes Nick Williams. Fast becoming a “semi-detached ally”, NATO members are hoping that Turkey will return to a more moderate stance after the country’s May elections. If not, the consequences could be calamitous.
ELN Director Sir Adam Thomson did an interview for China Global Television Network (CGNT) to mark the 20 year anniversary of 9/11 and to discuss Afghanistan. The interview was streamed live.
ELN Director Sir Adam Thomson authored a commentary for Carnegie Corporation on how the events of 9/11 continue to reverberate in world affairs. The whole article can be found here.
ELN Impact Director Jane Kinninmont authored a commentary for Haaretz on how 9/11 affected different people and countries around the world. The whole article can be found here. "After 9/11, back in the U.K., those dynamics played out in reverse: political trends fed community tensions. New...