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.
4 Decades of Reckoning with North Korea’s Nuclear Threat – and Counting
Peter Hayes argues that going nuclear will not help South Korea deal with the threat posed by its northern neighbor.
Proliferation Risks on the Korean Peninsula and Strategic Risk reduction in Northeast Asia
The US, Japan, and South Korea must abandon their ‘offer and wait’ policy with regard to North Korea's nuclear weapons programme.
How Can Countries in the Asia-Pacific Combat Nuclear Proliferation?
Amir Hamzah Mohd Nasir says states must begin preparatory work for the 11th NPT Review Conference.
The Role of Civil Society in Reducing Nuclear Dangers
Renee Moorjani explores how civil society has reduced nuclear dangers in the past and can continue to do so in the future.
How to Promote Arms Control in the Asia-Pacific Region
Tong Zhao analyzes the underlying factors affecting substantive arms control cooperation in this region.
What Nuclear Safety Lessons Have Been Learned Since the Fukushima Disaster?
Michiru Nishida highlights some key cross-cutting and technical lessons from the Fukushima disaster.
The DPRK Re-Thinks its Relations: Regional Implications of the New Nuclear Doctrine
North Korea's new nuclear weapons policies contain a number of additions that indicate the DPRK is reconsidering its regional role.