Alexander Dynkin looks at ways in which the Russian Federation and the United States and NATO might cooperate on missile defence and warning systems.
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Igor Sutyagin summarises key findings of a study on Russia’s non-strategic nuclear weapons stockpile, concluding that Russia may have far fewer weapons than previously estimated.
The authors argue that the outcomes from Chicago were inadequate and that a renewed effort by NATO to contribute to nuclear disarmament is still needed.
Edmond Seay III provides an assessment of the outcome of NATO’s Deterrence and Defence Posture Review DDPR following the Chicago summit.
Three former ministers from Poland, Lithuania and Latvia argue that as long as nuclear weapons exist then NATO must remain a nuclear alliance.