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October 2013 Edition NSP News


"What we visualize is a continued, sustainable dialogue, discussing tactical weapons, conventional weapons, missile defense, standoff weapons--a comprehensive view of security issues. It would last a long number of years but would have agreements coming from this dialogue from time-to-time."
Senator Sam Nunn
German Marshall Fund podcast interview on Building Mutual Security, September 2013
 

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Former Senator Sam Nunn, former Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov and UK parliamentarian Des Browne discussed their report, Building Mutual Security in the Euro-Atlantic Region,  at an event hosted by the German Marshall Fund in Brussels on September 12. Read the summary or listen to the podcast.



Other Updates

Op-Ed

A U.S.-Russia freeze isn't in the interests of Putin--or the West

Ian Kearns, European Leadership Network (ELN)

Op-Ed

Ending Nuclear Testing: Waiting for the U.S. Senate to Take the Lead

Des Browne, et al, European Leadership Network (ELN)

Op-Ed

Global Threat of Nuclear Deterrence

Ramesh Thakur, Asia Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)

Report

Regional Approaches to the Role of Missile Defence in Reducing Nuclear Threat

Marcin Andrzej Piotrowski, Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)

Paper

Rethinking Conventional Arms Control in Europe: A Transparency-Centred Approach

Jacek Durkalec, Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)

Training Program

Nuclear Security at PIR Center Summer School

PIR Center

Policy Brief

Nuclear Weapons: The Opportunity Costs

John Page and Ramesh Thakur, Asia Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)

Policy Brief

Why Nuclear Weapons Must Be Eliminated

Gareth Evans, Asia Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)

Policy Brief

Nuclear Weapons: Global Governance Failing to Meet the Challenge

Ramesh Thakur, Asia Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)

Policy Brief

An Asia-Pacific Nuclear Energy Community

John Carlson, Asia Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)

Policy Brief

Improving Nuclear Security Governance in the Asia-Pacific

John Carlson, Asia Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)