Dr William Hill, Former Head of the OSCE Mission to Moldova, examines the role of unrecognised state authorities in international relations and conflict resolution, arguing that their agency is a crucial factor for consideration when writing policy on Europe’s frozen conflicts.
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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.
Following a conference bringing together 150 leading arms control experts and diplomatic representatives the European Leadership Network presents workable policy recommendations for driving forward 21st century arms control.
Azadeh Zamirirad, Senior Associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, argues that the EU should not shy away from going on the offensive to protect the Iran deal – ideally with the United States, but also possibly without.
More than 140 participants gathered on 6-7 September in Berlin to discuss conventional arms control challenges at a major conference co-organized by the German Federal Foreign Office and the European Leadership Network.