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May 2012 Edition NSP News


"It is time for the alliance to change course and do more to create the conditions necessary for a world without nuclear weapons."
Des Browne and Volker RĂ¼he
 

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More than 40 former European leaders are calling on NATO members, meeting in Chicago this weekend for the 2012 NATO Summit, to take concrete steps toward changing the nuclear status quo. The leaders' statement, released today by the European Leadership Network, acknowledges that "so far, the signs do not look good" for changes based on the results of the DDPR. However, the leaders strongly encourage NATO members to begin work on a strategy to reduce nuclear risks in Europe while strengthening NATO’s ability to respond to today's threats.



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Papers

ELN Chicago Forum Papers

European Leadership Network


NSP Partners Release New Report

Disarming Doubt: The Future of Extended Nuclear Deterrence in East Asia

The Lowy Institute in partnership with the Japan Institute for International Affairs
April 19, 2012

Opinion

"Keeping Cool in the Nuclear Heat"

Gareth Evans
April 25, 2012
Project Syndicate