The Reagan-Gorbachev statement that “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought” matters to non-nuclear weapon states for a number of reasons, writes Oliver Meier. One being that some understand it as a pathway to complete nuclear disarmament.
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Networks are central to the ELN’s way of working. As part of a series of reflections on the ELN’s anniversary, we invited N Square to share their case study of building a diverse network to work creatively on nuclear policy.
As part of the ELN’s series of reflections on our tenth anniversary, Senior Associate Fellow Heather Williams shares her personal reflections on the human side of the nuclear policy field.
In the ELN’s anniversary year, we sat down with its three founders – Lord Browne, Shata Shetty and Ian Kearns – to discuss the story of how it all started, what they’ve learned and what the organisation has achieved over the past decade.
Des Browne and Ernest Moniz wrote a letter to The Times on the implications of the Integrated Review for US-UK relations.
The UK Government’s change in nuclear policy could raise difficult questions with the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) community
For the first time since the Cold War, the UK’s Integrated Review increases the limit for British nuclear warheads. While Russia’s nuclear doctrine and emerging technologies seem to be the most important driver behind the decision, it will be difficult for the UK Government to justify how this fits with NPT disarmament obligations.