As the international community is commemorating the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by atomic bombs, it should be recalled that work on such weapons was initiated by one of the most vicious regimes in history, Nazi Germany. Even if nuclear deterrence, despite the lack of hard evidence, can...
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Seyom Brown, from American Security Project, argues that the U.S. should remove strategies of mass destruction from its National Security Policy as they are anachronistic and ineffective.
On 27 January 2015, ELN Research Director Lukasz Kulesa delivered a presentation on Russia’s Assertive Nuclear Policy at the UK Project on Nuclear Issues seminar, hosted by RUSI.
Leo Michel, Distinguished Research Fellow at the National Defense University, evaluates NATO’s attempts to deter Russia. From barely a mention at the 2012 Chicago Summit, to the focus of the recent summit in Wales, Michel outlines the work still to be done for NATO.
ELN Associate Fellow Benoît Pelopidas argues that differing national interpretations of the Cuban Missile Crisis dilute the perceived lessons of the crisis, and as such undermine its usefulness as a model for the management of future nuclear stand-offs.