Former Deputy Foreign Minister, Germany
In the International Herald Tribune, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor Ivanov and Sam Nunn emphasize the need for Russia, the U.S. and Europe to work together to address security and economic threats. They note that "At the close of the Cold War, hopes were high for a more organized and peaceful international system. Two decades later, there is not much sign of one emerging."
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Former German deputy foreign minister and ambassador to the United States Wolfgang Ischinger, former Russian foreign minister Igor Ivanov, and former United States senator and chair of the Armed Services Committee Sam Nunn chair the Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative (EASI), a project of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. EASI seeks to devise an institutional design and a means of approach for fitting the United States, Europe, Russia, and the neighboring states of Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Moldova, and Belarus into a common security framework and for creating an effective common economic space.
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