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.
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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.
In a joint statement, 70 senior European politicians, military figures and diplomats call for a new approach to security ahead of EU Council Meeting.
Shirley Williams argues that the Review is a detailed study of the effectiveness, sustainability and cost of the UK’s nuclear deterrent.