Ana Alecsandru examines the prospects of the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit, highlighting the need to focus on securing military nuclear materials and maintaining US-Russia cooperation.
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SOAS’ Gamon McLellan argues that the reaction to recent terrorist attacks in Paris highlighted how the Turkish government’s understanding of Europe differs radically from the prevailing mood across the rest of the continent, this has not helped Turkey’s EU candidacy.
Kacper Rękawek explains why Central European states must reassess the security challenge posed by ISIS and engage more proactively in combating the jihadist organisation.
Felix Arteaga argues that whilst EU institutions have a very small role in the current fight against ISIL the EU should prepare a response to similar challenges developing on its southern border.
Ahead of the Nuclear Security Summit in the Hague, five UK and French members of the ELN , all former ministers or senior military officials, point out that we have no way of knowing whether 85% of the world’s nuclear material stockpiles are in fact secure.