Revamping Euro-Atlantic Security

Security policies in the Euro-Atlantic region — an area that includes six of the world’s 10 largest economies, four of the five declared nuclear weapon states, and more than 95 percent of global nuclear inventories — are dangerously out of date and demand urgent attention. With a new approach that is grounded in today’s opportunities and challenges, the European community, Russia and the United States can chart a more secure path for their people and the world and avoid the risks and costs of a new downward spiral in relations between states.

Read the full op-ed in The International Herald Tribune.

April 2, 2013
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An op-ed in The International Herald Tribune urging today's leaders to move decisively and permanently toward a new security strategy in the Euro-Atlantic region.

Authors
Des Browne
Des Browne

Vice Chair, NTI

Wolfgang Ischinger

Former Deputy Foreign Minister, Germany

Igor S. Ivanov
Igor S. Ivanov

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Russia

Sam Nunn
Sam Nunn

Co-Chair, NTI