Major success for Hamburg's arms control researchRead more
The team of the Research and Transfer Project Arms Control and Emerging Technologies was able to convince the Federal Foreign Office with the project results following four years of project duration…
Winter term 2023/2024
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New Research Report: Forecasting the future impact of emerging technologies on international stability and human securityMarina Favaro, Dr Neil Renic, Dr Ulrich KühnRead more
In their Research Report, ‘Negative Multiplicity: Forecasting the Future Impact of Emerging Technologies on International Stability and Human Security’, Favaro, Renic, and Kühn asked 30 international…
New Deep Cuts Working Paper on Transparency, Ambiguity, and Prospects for New ...
New OSCE Network Report: The OSCE and Central Asia
Lessons from the Past: Arms Control in Uncooperative Times
Mechanisms for Dialogue: A Contribution to Preventing Civil War Recurrence
The Case of Zaporizhzhia: Making International Nuclear Safety and Security Fit for ...
Nuclear Injustice - Article in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
OSCE Insights: The OSCE in Crisis: Five Lessons from the League of Nations
OSCE Insights: Ending Up Somewhere Else: The Need for Strategy in the OSCE
New publication: What causes persistent problems in international peacebuilding?
A Stress Test for Nuclear Deterrence - Article in IPS
Science & World Affairs: Current Key Topics
How can the rivalry between the great powers USA, Russia and China be prevented from escalating and leading to an open military conflict? Within the framework of the Körber Strategic Stability Initiative (KSSI), a joint project between IFSH and the Körber Foundation, experts from China, Russia, the USA and Europe regularly exchanged views on questions of arms control for one year. An interactive website summarizes their 19 recommendations for action and presents the project.