As Xi Jinping has made a much-publicised visit to Moscow this week, ELN members have been assessing the implications for European security, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the wider faultlines in global geopolitics. In this article, originally published in Danish by the Berlingske newspaper, Mogens Lykketoft provides context on the visit and argues the US and China need to rein in their rivalry in the interests of the rest of the world.
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Network reflections: Did the US Nuclear Posture Review meet the challenges of the “decisive decade” or represent the status quo in the US’s nuclear posture?
Three members of the ELN’s Network reflect on the 2022 US Nuclear Posture Review (NPR).
Although it may now be hard to escape a cold war, especially between Russia and the West, countries can still make real choices that affect the course of the confrontation, writes ELN Director Sir Adam Thomson. Here he suggests four axes along which all states involved should be considering their positioning as they pursue their clashing desired outcomes.
75 members of the Expert Group on Russia-NATO Risk Reduction and 36 ELN Network members from the US, Russia and Europe call for seven areas of action to be prioritised to reduce Russia-NATO tension.
The US and NATO should respond to Russia’s security guarantees proposal with a unified counterproposal that addresses Russia’s concern about NATO expansion, rolls back Russia’s own expansion in its near abroad, and creates stable and successful states in the space between NATO and Russia, writes Kevin Ryan.
On 29 October 2021 the European Leadership Network (ELN) convened the Contact Group on Russia-West Relations via Zoom to consider the implications of US/NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan.