Trump is the Master of Making America Grate
Trump’s decision this week to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal is a global tragedy likely to unsettle an already volatile Middle East and a world in some disarray.
The Ban Treaty and the IAEA Additional Protocol
The Ban Treaty's problematical Additional Protocol (AP) sets a lower safeguards standard for non-nuclear-weapon states.
The THAAD Deployment in South Korea: A Challenge and An Opportunity
The THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) -- one of the U.S.'s key components of its missile defense architecture -- has a history of skepticism directed towards it.
2017 in Review: The Nuclear Landscape
The past 12 months were proof that the threat of nuclear weapons persist in the post Cold War world.
Unique Comprehensive Survey Illustrates the Complexity of Asia-Pacific Nuclear Governance
A survey conducted by the University of Melbourne illustrates the complexity of the nuclear governance arrangements in the Asia-Pacific.
Iran, Trump, and the Art of Deal-Breaking
White House decisions are making life harder for America’s allies, and not just in the Middle East.
Gorbachev: A Voice of Sanity from a Past that Has Become a Foreign Country
Gorbachev’s plea for a summit to restore US–Russia relations to normalcy is a rare triumph for diplomacy over warmongering.
North Korea is the Litmus Test for a Nuclear Weapons Ban
A UN negotiating conference has just adopted a treaty banning nuclear weapons. Will this influence North Korea? And, if not, what’s the point?
How a Regional Nuclear-Free-Weapon Zone Can Benefit Japan
A regional NWFZ can be used to quarantine a zone from the real risks of nuclear war. Japan stands to gain numerous benefits should their government actively promote the creation of one.
Strong Anti-Nuclear Weapons Advocacy by Asia-Pacific Leaders
Serious threats persist from the use or misuse of weapons – whether by design, accident or system malfunction – and whether by nuclear-armed states and terrorist actors.