NATO now needs to ensure that the INF Treaty’s collapse will neither exacerbate NATO-Russia confrontation, nor lead to a destabilizing arms build-up in Europe.
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As most of the treaties that formed the core of the arms control system are either gone or being undermined, Russia and the United States no longer want to lead by example by carrying the bilateral burden of disarmament.
ELN Policy Fellows Julia Berghofer and Dr Katarzyna Kubiak write on the German position on the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.
Missile proliferation is a growing international security concern. Governments and governmentally funded agencies are losing their monopoly on missile technologies. Action is needed. Dr Katarzyna Kubiak calls for global missile regulation and new arms control measures to avoid a new international arms race.
In cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), the European Leadership Network organised a workshop on “Managing the Collapse of the INF Treaty” with experts from all around Europe, United States and Kazakhstan.
ELN Policy Fellow Dr Katarzyna Kubiak attended NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s Spring Session in Bratislava on May 1st, 2019. Katarzyna briefed parliamentary delegates representing all NATO member and some partner states on The Demise of the INF – Implications for European Security.