Research Director, Lukasz Kulesa quoted in Thomson Reuters ‘NATO chief sees new U.S. missile deployments in Europe as unlikely’ following NATO press conference on Trident Juncture.
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If handled well, US withdrawal from the INF Treaty can open up opportunities for better and more modern arms control arrangements.
There are no easy wins in the US-Russia relationship, but the Wilson Centre’s Matthew Rojansky identifies opportunities for engagement to avoid its total collapse.
Lukasz Kulesa examines the challenges faced in security environment of the Baltic Sea region and presents the opportunities for effective arms control.
Independent expert Dmitry Stefanovich argues that the Helsinki Summit could herald the beginning of a new phase in US-Russia arms control. By analysing current bilateral disputes over the existing arms control treaties, New START and INF, Stefanovich proposes a number of recommendations to advance the current stalemate.
Lukasz Kulesa’s commentary on the return of chemical weapons was published in Polish Diplomatic Review.