Besides the construction of a website and the upkeep of editorial content on line that deals with the non-proliferation of both conventional and non-conventional weapons, the EU Consortium on non-proliferation has two principal objectives: firstly, to encourage a lively debate amongst research experts in the field from various different EU member countries, and secondly to produce specific analyses and studies for the benefit of European institutions, Member States and civil society.
The EU Consortium on non-proliferation organises several kinds of events: an annual international conference, consultative meetings, ad hoc seminars. The ultimate goal of these symposia is to provide decision makers with operational solutions regarding the principal issues of counter-proliferation. A collection of specific policy papers (Non-Proliferation Papers) to complement the Consortium meetings is also edited, published, and freely accessible on the website along with a bi-monthly newsletter (nonproliferation.eu) and a series of focus pages (Focus).
The next generation(s) of Europeans facing nuclear weapons: Forgetful, indifferent, but supportive?, Benoit Pelopidas, March 2017
Is three dimensional (3D) printing a nuclear proliferation tool? , Robert Kelley, February 2017
The Convention on Cluster Munitions, December 2016 - January 2017
2016 US Presidential Elections: And Then?, November 2016
2016 EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Conference, October 2016
Some reflections on nuclear security diplomacy, Massimiliano Moretti, February 2017
The Cyber-Nuclear Security Threat: Managing the Risks , Vesselin Giaurov, January 2017