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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Growing tensions between Turkey and its allies, particularly the United States, is a growing source of concern. Is Turkey, once considered a staunch supporter of the Trans-Atlantic security community, drifting apart? ELN member and former Turkish Ambassador to the United Kingdom Ünal Çeviköz shares his views.
ELN Research Fellow Thomas Frear makes the case for the US-Russia agreement on military encounters in Syria. As the only document regulating encounters between the US, its allies, and Russia over an active war zone, its preservation is essential.
Two former UN Ambassadors, from the United Kingdom and the United States, write on how Donald Trump’s election may well provide an opportunity to improve the Iran deal and strengthen global non-proliferation efforts.
Senior political, military and diplomatic figures from across greater Europe express their concern over an inter-state conflict over Syria and support measures to fight ISIS whilst bringing the Syrian conflict to a close.
John McColl, former NATO Deputy SACEUR, argues that prioritising NATO’s multiplicity of threats, including from Russia & the Middle East, and managing the commitment to Afghanistan, will be the biggest challenge of the 2016 Warsaw Summit.