After a very busy and turbulent year, German foreign policy is setting its sights on what lies ahead: coronavirus, regional conflicts, climate change mitigation and many other issues requiring urgent attention.
2021 is set to be a decisive year for nuclear disarmament and the objective of nuclear non‑proliferation. Today, the foreign ministers of the Stockholm Initiative are discussing the implementation of their proposals on nuclear disarmament both in Amman and in a virtual format.
Now is the time to chart the future of arms control – and the second edition of the conference 'Capturing Technology. Rethinking Arms Control.' on 6 November 2020 aims to provide key momentum in this regard.
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and his South Korean counterpart KANG Kyung‑wha met for the second time for what is known as a “strategic dialogue” to discuss important current issues.
The PSI provides a framework for over 100 countries to cooperate to prevent the proliferation – that is to say,the transport and transfer – of weapons of mass destruction.Germany is a co-founder of the initiative, which was launched in 2003.
In a video conference held today at the invitation of Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, the 16 members of the Stockholm Initiative for Nuclear Disarmament discussed how they intend to work together to strengthen nuclear disarmament, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.