Anja Dahlmann, Associate Researcher at SWP, argues that an international regulation of autonomous weapons is needed and calls for a unified voice among the EU institutions and member states to shape the ongoing debate.
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“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.
Following a conference bringing together 150 leading arms control experts and diplomatic representatives the European Leadership Network presents workable policy recommendations for driving forward 21st century arms control.
Steven Pifer, Director of the Brookings Arms Control Initiative, looks at prospects for peace in the Donbas and discusses Russia’s attitude towards the current limited implementation of the Minsk II agreement.
ELN Research Fellow Thomas Frear speaks at the panel discussion “The Bear Awakens: Russia’s Role in an Era of Uncertainty” at the Brookings Doha Center (BDC) on February 26, 2017.
The confrontation between Russia and the west has been characterised by competing narratives concerning the origins and development of events. A select group of experts examine if there is common ground.