The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) is a nuclear-armed military alliance which is an obstacle to a peaceful world and global nuclear disarmament. Read this briefing for more information.
All NATO members are required to share the responsibility of the alliance's nuclear-armed capability. While only three of its members have their own arsenals, the rest are required to participate in the ‘sharing’ of around 180 US nuclear weapons, as examined in this briefing.
In a major report published ahead of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) summit in Brussels on 14 June 2021, ICAN argues that members of the transatlantic alliance should embrace the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW).
Challenging the aggressive expansion of NATO, the dark forces behind the Ukrainian coup and the one-sided media narrative that goes with it will be essential if we are to explain and counter this new threat to world peace.
This report describes how NATO-Asian partnerships are an endorsement of the US Asian pivot and of Japan’s remilitarisation, implicitly subscribing to the view of China as the ‘aggressor’.