Stephen Gethins MP, of the Scottish National Party, outlines the continuing case for British nuclear disarmament in the 21st century.
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Following a vote at the United Nations to begin negotiations for a treaty to ban nuclear weapons, Ambassador Carlo Trezza writes that while the absence of nuclear players will weaken the process it is still possible for meaninful outcomes to be achieved.
Lord Hannay, former British Ambassador to the UN and EU warns that following the election of Donald Trump as US president we are entering a period of uncertainty, and in no policy field is uncertainty more high risk than that of nuclear weapons.
The ELN-sponsored educational visit is designed to encourage parliamentary interest in and to develop new leadership on sustaining progress on nuclear security in European capitals.
Jenny Nielsen argues that polarized views on the role and value of nuclear weapons won’t help towards reducing the risk of their use and a secure world free of nuclear weapons.
On Tuesday 9 August 2016 ELN Research Director Łukasz Kulesa took part in an informal plenary meeting of the Conference on Disarmament (CD), devoted to discussing the main international challenges to reaching progress in disarmament, primarily in the nuclear sphere. The meeting, organised...