• (Re)searching for Peace: First Anniversary of “Arms of Control and Emerging Technologies” at the IFSH

    The world is in a state of upheaval. States are arming themselves. Newer and even more powerful weapons are being developed, and some are already being put to use. From the termination of the INF…

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  • Nuclear Risk in the Euro-Atlantic

    Dr. Ulrich Kühn

    The risk of nuclear weapons use in the Euro-Atlantic area has increased sharply in recent years. The reason for this can be found in Russia's geopolitical struggle with the USA and NATO. This conflict…

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  • Podcast on Europe and the Future of Arms Control

    Dr. Ulrich Kühn

    The end of nuclear arms control seems almost inevitable. But what about conventional arms control in Europe? For "All Things Policy" - a podcast of the Takshashila Institution in Bangalore - Dr.…

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  • The Rise and Fall of Cooperative Arms Control in Europe

    Dr. Ulrich Kühn

    Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, America and Russia have again returned to conflict. But this renewed confrontation did not come out of the blue. Rather, it was preceded by a long…

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  • Open Skies-Treaty on the Brink of Collapse? Interview with the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

    Dr. Alexander Graef, Dr. Moritz Kütt

    The Open Skies Treaty is in danger. IFSH researcher Alexander Graef and Moritz Kütt talked to Thomas Gaulkin from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists about their Open Skies visualization project…

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  • IFSH researchers visualize the Open Skies Treaty

    Dr. Alexander Graef Dr. Moritz Kütt

    The Open Skies Treaty is in danger. Signed in March 1992, it has been in force since January 2002 and permits 34 states in Europe and North America, including Germany, to conduct unarmed observation…

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  • UNIDIR Paper on the History of US-Russian Arms Control Compliance: A Commentary

    Dmitry Stefanovich

    IFSH Non-Resident Fellow Dmitry Stefanovich wrote a commentary “The Enduring Complexity of Compliance Disputes” on the paper by Pavel Podvig and Amy F Woolf titled “Monitoring, Verification, and…

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  • IFSH Report Examines the Chances of Trilateral Arms Control

    Dr. Ulrich Kühn

    The U.S., Russia, and China: How could these three countries together avoid another arms race? The latest IFSH Research Report analyses how an arms control agreement between these three major nuclear…

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  • Paths towards a world free of nuclear weapons – progress and setbacks

    Dr. Oliver Meier

    How can Germany promote nuclear disarmament? What measure need to be taken to reduce the risk of new arms races? What are the opportunities and risks associated with new instruments like the Treaty on…

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  • Munich Security Conference: Groundbreaking Virtual Reality Project Introduced

    Dr. Moritz Kütt

    Imagine being in the US-American president’s shoes, minutes away from a nuclear attack. The virtual reality program Crisis Decision-Making: A Virtual Reality Experience makes it possible. The program…

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