As the future of the Iran nuclear deal looks increasingly uncertain, ELN Policy Fellow Axel Hellman argues that European policymakers should leverage the value of the transatlantic partnership to influence US decision-making and demonstrate Europe’s commitment to the deal while laying the technical and political groundwork to challenge the snapback of US sanctions.
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Joseph Dobbs argues that policy-makers in Russia-West relations must be more aware of the negative impact stereotyping has on decision making. This paper examines three stereotypes in detail: Vladimir Putin the master tactician, the expansionist opponent and mutual weakness.
“Competing Narratives” in the Russia-West Relationship: Towards a Common Understanding of the Non-Intervention Principle
For the past two years the ELN has encouraged debates on the differing interpretations of key concepts and norms in Russia-West relations to identify how they affect Euro-Atlantic security. This report presents important recommendations on how to clarify and strengthen the non-intervention principle in the 21st century.
In this first piece in the series on the German elections, former ELN Research Fellow Julia Himmrich highlights the key contentious issues for future German defence policy.
Steve Pifer, Director of the Brookings Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative, notes that little has changed in the US-Russia relationship after six months of the Trump presidency, and provides practical steps to implement Tilllerson’s “three-part strategy.”