New publication by researchers from the Körber Strategic Stability Initiative


Andrey Baklitskiy, Alexandra Bell und Tong Zhao, members of the Körber Strategic Stability Initiative, an international cooperation project lead by the Körber Foundation and the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, outline the current state of global arms control. The prospects are dire according to the researchers but not hopeless. In their article published on Defense One, a website offering news and analyses focusing on the future of U.S. defense and national security, Baklitskiy, Bell and Zhao introduce three guiding principles that can help to make future arms control dialogues more successful.

Read the full article here.

This article was also published in German, Russian and Chinese language.