Arms Dynamics: Containing Armament

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Chapter in the Peace Report 2024 by Michael Brzoska, Anja Dahlmann, Tobias Fella, Christopher Fichtlscherer, Una Jakob, Alexander Kelle, Lukas Mengelkamp, Thomas Reinhold, Niklas Schörnig, Liska Suckau and Tim Thies (in German)

The global trend towards armament continues. Disarmament and arms control are in a bad way, and new military technologies bring additional challenges. The risk of nuclear escalation remains and is increasing. But despite this gloomy situation, there are options for action: These are to make the strengthening of military capabilities socially and ecologically sustainable and to further develop arms control and conventional defense. On the other hand, stronger nuclear deterrence is not desirable.

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Brzoska, Michael; Dahlmann, Anja; Fella, Tobias; Fichtlscherer, Christopher; Jakob, Una; Kelle, Alexander; Mengelkamp, Lukas; Reinhold, Thomas; Schörnig, Niklas; Suckau, Liska; Thies, Tim. “Rüstungsdynamiken: Aufrüstung einhegen.” In Friedensgutachten 2024, edited by Bonn International Center for Conflict Studies (BICC); Leibniz-Institut für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (PRIF); Institut für Friedensforschung und Sicherheitspolitik an der Universität Hamburg (IFSH); Institut für Entwicklung und Frieden (INEF),  92-111. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, 2024.

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