ELN Members Work Together on Nuclear Material Security Warning
March 21, 2014
Paul Quilès, Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP, Des Browne, Bernard Norlain, Hervé Morin
London – In an op-ed, five former high-level defense officials highlight their concern that 85 percent of weapons-usable nuclear materials exists outside international mechanisms for oversight. These members of the European Leadership Network (ELN) point out the lack of an international system for monitoring the security of these stockpiles and urge world leaders at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit to build an effective nuclear security system that covers all materials, including those under military control.
NSP Co-Director Joan Rohlfing Calls for a "New Approach" to Nuclear Security
March 19, 2014
Washington, DC – In a Project Syndicate op-ed, NTI President and NSP Co-Director Joan Rohlfing calls for leaders at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit to establish a global nuclear security system. Rohlfing offers four key principles to underpin such a system and believes that an agreement on these principles and the commitment to a global system for securing all weapons-usable nuclear materials, including those for military purposes, would be a paramount achievement for the Nuclear Security Summit process.
Ukraine Must Not Become a New Berlin Wall
March 13, 2014
Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor S. Ivanov, Sam Nunn, and Adam Daniel Rotfeld
In an NTI op-ed, co-authors Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor S. Ivanov, Sam Nunn, and Adam Daniel Rotfeld write that the situation in Ukraine "graphically demonstrates the inadequacies of the current Euro-Atlantic security system" and highlights the corrosive trust deficit in the region. The former leaders propose the creation of a Contact Group of foreign ministers from Russia, the United States and key European countries to develop a plan to reduce tensions and resolve the crisis.
European Leaders Call for a New Approach to Security
December 17, 2013
The European Leadership Network
A new statement signed by 70 senior European politicians, military figures and diplomats calls for new, continuing and dynamic process for Euro-Atlantic security dialogue to address the persisting legacy of Cold War mistrust.
Time for Nuclear Disarmament
October 21, 2013
The members of the Latin American and Caribbean Leadership Network for Nuclear Disarmament and Nonproliferation released a statement urging leaders worldwide to take steps toward the elimination of nuclear weapons. LALN members also expressed their satisfaction with the actions taken by the international community concerning the elimination of chemical weapons in Syria.