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  • Call for Papers: Strategic Stability in the 21st Century


    The Journal for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament invites papers for a special feature in the next issue to be published in 2022 on the origins of, prospects for, and political as well as technological…

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  • Deep Cuts Briefing on Strategic Stability

     

    The Deep Cuts Project invites you to the Zoom briefing:


    How the U.S.-Russian Strategic Stability Dialogue can and must help to move nuclear arms control and disarmament forward
    on
    Tuesday,…

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  • New Young Deep Cuts Policy Brief

    Publication outlines roadmap for U.S.-Russian Arms Control

    In its latest Policy Brief "Revitalizing U.S.-Russia Arms Control: An Integrated Approach" Young Deep Cuts Commissioners Vladislav Chernavskikh, Jarret Fisher and Patricia Jaworek outline how progress…

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  • Virtual Reality Project "Nuclear Biscuit" on Capitol Hill

     

    "The Nuclear Biscuit" is a Virtual Reality experience that lets participants experience the stress and anxiety of US-presidential decision making in a nuclear crisis. From January 10 to 13 January,…

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  • The Humanitarian Dimension of Nuclear Deterrence and Disarmament – New Young Deep Cuts Policy Brief

    Sara Bundtzen and Ekaterina Lapanovich

    The Young Deep Cuts Commission is happy to continue its new Policy Brief Series. In “From NATO to NPT and Beyond: Diversifying Debates, Expanding Nuclear Mindsets”, Young Deep Cuts Commissioners Sara…

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  • News from the OSCE Network


    The OSCE Network recently elected its new Network Coordinators and Steering Committee. Cornelius Friesendorf (IFSH) and Stefan Wolff (University of Birmingham) were elected Co-Coordinators, and the…

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  • OSCE Insights Special Issue 2021: The Future of the OSCE


    The Centre for OSCE Research (CORE) at the IFSH, together with Nomos Verlag, has just published an OSCE Insights Special Issue. This is a collection of eight contributions that shed light on what the…

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  • New publication: Solidarity in the European Union

    Dr Aline Bartenstein

    Solidarity amongst EU member states is increasingly being called for - especially in times of crisis. Nevertheless, the concept of solidarity remains unclear. In her new book ‘The Concept of…

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  • New IFSH Policy Brief: Cybercrime: Working together to Mitigate Peace and Security Threats

    Dr Mischa Hansel, Dr Jantje Silomon

    Criminal cyber operations can cause considerable damage to society and threaten peace at the global level, particularly so-called ransomware attacks carried out by non-state actors. There is a real…

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  • Statement by the Deep Cuts Commission “How the U.S.-Russian Strategic Stability Dialogue Can and Must Make Progress”


    For decades, the United States and Soviet Union (later Russia) have co-existed in a dangerous state of mutual nuclear vulnerability that requires effective dialogue, military restraint, and bold…

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