Beatrice Fihn of ICAN makes the case that the humanitarian initiative remains the best method to stigmatise and eventually move towards a legal ban of nuclear weapons. The 2015 NPT Review Conference is an ideal forum to build on recent success.
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The European Leadership Network and the Top Level Group organised a parliamentary briefing on the 2015 Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference on Tuesday 17 March 2015.
Seyom Brown, from American Security Project, argues that the U.S. should remove strategies of mass destruction from its National Security Policy as they are anachronistic and ineffective.
Rachel Staley argues that if serious progress is not made at the meeting of the five recognised nuclear states in London on 4 February such meetings will gradually be viewed as redundant and sink into irrelevance, thus shutting down a vital multilateral nuclear dialogue.
Hugh Chalmers argues that the P5 Process should focus on promoting, coordinating, and discussing workable partnerships between pairs or groups of nuclear weapons states, instead of trying to prepare consensus-based lowest-common-denominator products.
Following the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, two leading experts offer their thoughts and analysis to the European Leadership Network.