In the most comprehensive public study of its kind, the ELN examines existing the agreements for avoiding dangerous military incidents between NATO countries, NATO partners, and Russia before outlining definite mechanisms for their improvement.
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Report on the workshop on Avoidance of Hazardous Military Incidents between NATO and Russia, held in Brussels, 21-22 September 2016 The European Leadership Network has been investigating for some time the issue of close encounters between Russian and NATO militaries. On 21st-22nd September, in...
ELN Research Director Lukasz Kulesa and board member Ian Kearns participated in the most recent OSCE Security Day in Vienna, presenting the ELN’s work on risk reduction in Europe.
On 21st-22nd September the ELN, in conjunction with Egmont and NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division, hosted in Brussels a private workshop on managing hazardous incidents in the Euro-Atlantic area.
60 leading political and military leaders from across greater Europe have issued a group statement calling for NATO and Russia to begin a reappraisal and a swift re-implementation of the initiative.