North Korea’s Nuclear Use Doctrine
Salma Shaheen breaks down North Korea's new nuclear weapons use law and shows how the law dangerously escalates tensions.
A Wake-Up Call the World Cannot Ignore
Gareth Evans warns that the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists to move the hands of its famous Doomsday Clock is a wake-up call.
The Nuclear Risk Reduction Approach: A Useful Path Forward for Crisis Mitigation
Sylvia Mishra argues that the nuclear-weapon states must focus on nuclear risk reduction measures as a way forward.
Security Cooperation Between South Korea and Japan Needs Strong Leadership
Eunjung Lim says that South Korea and Japan share a common goal of better security cooperation and must overcome mutual suspicions and animosity.
Revitalizing the NPT: Can Clues be Found in Environmental Diplomacy?
Nathanial Gronewold explores whether international environmental diplomacy holds any clues for revitalizing nuclear diplomacy.
China-US Rivalry in the Pacific: An Indian Perspective
Pankaj Jha shares how India views the increasingly tense competition between China and the United States in the Pacific Islands region.
Comparing North Korea’s Nuclear Forces Policy Laws
Jun Bong-geun argues that North Korea is, illegitimately, sending the world a message that its nuclear arsenal is a "fait accompli."
The US and China at the G20 Summit: Competition Will Dominate
Jabin T. Jacob cautions that we shouldn't expect any major breakthroughs to occur from the Biden-Xi bilateral meeting at the G20.
Bali G20: Why Xi and Biden are Unlikely to ‘Walk and Chew Gum Together’
Hemant Adlakha argues that the onus is on President Biden to mend US-China relations in his meeting with Chairman Xi at the G20.
Europe and Asia: In the Same Boat?
The rise of Asia and the conflicts within it and between it and the West have begun to reproduce a complex security interdependence.