European Security Policy and Arms Control Following Ukraine and INF Controversy
September 3, 2014
European Leadership Network
In a new policy statement, Nuclear Threat Initiative National Security Consultant Steve Andreasen argues that NATO has both security and budgetary incentives to implement reassurance and defense policies in ways that preserve areas of cooperation with Russia.
Helping Ukraine is a U.S. Imperative
August 26, 2014
The Wall Street Journal
William J. Perry and George P. Shultz
New York - In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, NSP Principals William J. Perry and George P. Shultz express concern that "the events in Ukraine are not receiving the response they deserve." The authors say they do not seek confrontation with Russia and believe that a good relationship between the United States and Russia is in the best interests of the U.S. and of a peaceful world order.
The Need for a Comprehensive Approach to Reduce Nuclear Risks
August 21, 2014
Federation of American Scientists
Buenos Aires - In an op-ed, Latin American Leadership Network Secretary Irma Arguello argues that current fragmented approaches to addressing escalating nucear threats are at a crossroads and leaders should explore pragmatic new ways to reduce risks based on coordinated efforts.
Statement Released by ELN Outlines Steps for 2015 NPT Review Conference
May 1, 2014
London – A statement released by the European Leadership Network (50 European politicians, military figures and diplomats) calls for greater efforts to strengthen the global nuclear non-proliferation regime and outlines proposals in advance of the 2015 review conference. Among them: Russia, the US and the UK should issue a joint statement with the UN Secretary-General confirming they will work toward a conference on a WMD Free Zone in the Middle East.
How to deal with Russia without reigniting a full-fledged Cold War psychology
March 28, 2014
The Washington Post
George P. Shultz and Sam Nunn
Former Secretary of State George P. Shultz and former Senator Sam Nunn publish an op-ed on how to deal with Russia in the crisis over Ukraine. They highlight key areas of common interest where cooperation remains vital.