Trident patrols are now regularly five months long, up from just two months during the Cold War. What might the implications be for those serving aboard?
The Inclusive International Security Team is excited to announce that the Emerging Voices Network’s next Policy Cycle is here.
Flávia Salazar Sousa discusses the ruling from the ICJ in the case Ukraine v. Russian Federation on allegations of genocide under the Genocide Convention of 1948.
Emily Enright and Eva-Nour Repussard argue that rather competing against one another, the Stepping Stones Approach and the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons are mutually reinforcing in advancing disarmament.
In her latest piece for BASIC, Emily Enright discusses the relevance of the Stepping Stones Approach to Asia-Pacific states in their disarmament work.
In their latest paper for BASIC, Eva-Nour Repussard discusses the importance of the Stepping Stones Approach to achieve Nuclear Disarmament.
Polish threat perceptions and risk assessments are heavily influenced by Poland’s proximity to Russia – and the author suggests solutions to contain them.
Lithuania’s current nuclear and conventional risk assessments, and possible policy responses.