IFSH Report Provides Incoming Federal Government with Recommendations on Arms Control

Christopher Fichtlscherer, Dr Pia Fuhrhop, Dr Alexander Graef, Dr Mischa Hansel, Dr Alexander Kelle, Dr Ulrich Kühn, Dr Moritz Kütt, Dr Oliver Meier, Dr Neil Renic, Professor Dr Elvira Rosert, Dr Jantje Silomon, Franziska Stärk, Maren Vieluf

In the coming years, the new German federal government will be faced with three difficult arms control issues. The government must create new approaches, protect existing ones, and further develop those which are tried-and-tested.

 new report from the IFSH is directed at the incoming federal government and provides concrete recommendations on nuclear arms control in Europe, the Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty, the nuclear agreement with Iran, nuclear disarmament verification, the Chemical Weapons Convention, cybersecurity, fully autonomous lethal weapons systems, the procurement of weaponised drones, and conventional arms control in Europe.

You can access the full report here: Research Report #006 (in German)

The IFSH issued a Press release (in German) upon publication of the report. In addition, an online discussion was held on 22 June 2021 from 5 - 6 p.m.