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February 2015 Edition NSP News

"If we do not stop the killing and address the mounting divisions in Europe, our generation may claim to have ended the Cold War yet still failed to secure a peaceful future."
Des Browne, Igor Ivanov, Sam Nunn


Continuing their work to promote the development of a new security architecture for the Euro-Atlantic region, Des Browne, Igor Ivanov and Sam Nunn released a new op-ed on the eve of the 2015 Munich Security Conference. The op-ed calls for bold leadership to prevent Europe from being split for another generation and for the establishment of a new Euro-Atlantic Security group, mandated at the highest level by presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers, to develop recommendations on Ukraine and Euro-Atlantic security incorporating political, economic and security issues.

Other Updates


Nuclear Weapons and International Security

Ramesh Thakur, Asia Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)


Should Ukraine Rewrite History and Acquire Nuclear Weapons? No and no.

Steve Andreasen, Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)


Statement to the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons

Des Browne, European Leadership Network (ELN), Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)


The Nuclear Weapon Ban is Inevitable – Too Bad That it Won't Bring Disarmament

Lukasz Kulesa, European Leadership Network (ELN)


Global Leaders Support Humanitarian Conference

NSP Global Leadership Network (NSP)


Strengthening NATO's Eastern Flank

Beata Górka-Winter, Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)


NATO Reassurances and Baltic Defence Cooperation: Getting the Balance Right

Eoin Micheál McNamara, Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA)


Should India Revise its Nuclear Doctrine?

Rakesh Sood, Asia Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)