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European Perspectives on NATO's Nuclear Debate

May 31, 2011

Royal United Services Institute

Reports/Studies


"If the Bombs Go-European Perspectives on NATO's Nuclear Debate" has been released by NTI partner, the Royal United Services Institute. The paper examines how NATO relationships might be altered if US nuclear weapons were removed from Europe, including potential developments of nuclear consultation, contingency plans and missile defence infrastructure to address the security needs of NATO members.
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When, not if, there is a nuclear catastrophe

May 31, 2011

Taipei Times

Gareth Evans

Op-eds/Statements


Gareth Evans, former Australian Foreign Minister, wrote about his concern that "one of the most dispiriting features of today's international debates is that the threat to humanity posed by the world's 23,000 nuclear weapons—and by those who would build more of them, or be only too willing to use them—has been consigned to the margin of politics."

What are the key issues and near-term practical steps necessary to assist in moving now toward a safer and more stable form of deterrence with decreasing nuclear risks and an increasing measure of assured security for all nations?

May 21, 2011

European Leadership Network, Nuclear Threat Initiative, Hoover Institution

Han Sung-Joo, Professor the Hon. Gareth Evans, H.E. Kanut Saudabayev, Sergey Rogov, Lt Gen (Retd) VR Raghavan, Malcolm Chalmers

Speech/Testimony


Lancaster House, Stable Yard, St. James, London

What are the Existing and Emerging Threats to International Security?

Deterrence: Its Past and Future: Panel One

May 20, 2011

European Leadership Network, Nuclear Threat Initiative, Hoover Institution

Nobuyasu Abe, Lt Gen (Ret.) VR Raghavan, General (ret.) Jehangir Karamat, Igor Ivanov, Nabil Fahmy

Speech/Testimony


Lancaster House, Stable Yard, St. James, London
 

What is the role of nuclear and non-nuclear-based deterrence as a means of prevention in the current and future threat environment?

Deterrence: Its Past and Future: Panel Two

May 20, 2011

European Leadership Network, Nuclear Threat Initiative, Hoover Institution

Igor Ivanov, Han Sung-Joo, Jim Goodby, Ulrich Weisser, General (Ret.) Jehangier Karamat

Speech/Testimony


Lancaster House, Stable Yard, St. James, London