The Polish Institute of International Affairs is pleased to present the final report from “The Warsaw Workshop: Prospects for Information Sharing and Confidence Building on Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons in Europe”, which was held on 7 and 8 February 2013.
Non-strategic nuclear weapons based in Europe are not presently covered by existing arms control regimes or confidence building measures. The report, which summarises the proceedings of the Workshop, includes a set of practical options that can become a basis for future work on such measures in a variety of bilateral and multilateral forums, including the NATO–Russia Council.
The report has been prepared by the representatives of three think tanks which co-organized the Warsaw Workshop: Paul Schulte (Nuclear Policy Program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), Paal Sigurd Hilde, Katarzyna Zysk (Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies), Łukasz Kulesa
and Jacek Durkalec
More materials and information on the Warsaw Workshop