New Project on “Transatlantic Approaches to Global Arms Control”



GGI has teamed up with the Stimson Center in Washington DC for a new project on global arms control. The research and advice project “Transatlantic Approaches to Global Arms Control: Opportunities, Challenges and Ways Ahead” is funded by the Heinrich Boell Foundation in Washington DC and seeks to identify concrete paths towards a renewed transatlantic partnership for tackling core challenges in the realm of arms control. The project includes three expert workshops on transatlantic approaches to tackling the challenges of small arms and light weapons (SALWs), chemical weapons and the implementation gap of the Arms Trade Treaty. The project runs until the end of 2021 and will lead to a final public report.

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