CSIS European Trilateral Nuclear Dialogue
Center for Strategic & International Studies
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In an effort to increase trilateral nuclear dialogue among the United States, France and Great Britain, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) established a group of high-level nuclear experts to discuss nuclear issues and to identify areas of consensus among the three countries. From 2009-2013, the dialogue has hosted three meetings a year (one in each nation's capital) and produced consensus policy statements signed by nongovernmental participants in order to promote trilateral understanding of the nuclear challenges facing the P-3. In 2013 the group's discussion has focused on the following issues: NATO and the elimination of nuclear weapons; the NPT Regime; Red lines, ultimatums and other forms of coercive diplomacy; Multidimensional deterrence.
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