Mikhail Troitskiy argues that despite continuing tensions over the Donbas and Syria, it would be logical for Moscow to attempt blank-slate security negotiations with a new US administration.
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ELN Research Director Lukasz Kulesa and board member Ian Kearns participated in the most recent OSCE Security Day in Vienna, presenting the ELN’s work on risk reduction in Europe.
Franklin Miller and Keith Payne argue that adoption of No First Use now would reflect willful US detachment from this global reality and would be perceived as such by friends and foes alike.
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.
Carlo Trezza, outgoing Chairman of the Missile Technology Control Regime, considers the benefits of the US administration adopting a No First Use nuclear policy.
Denitsa Raynova argues that the Alliance risks facing disillusioned partner countries in the Black Sea region unless it changes its rhetoric and policy towards Georgia and Ukraine.