NTI - A new joint report by NTI and CENESS calls for increased cooperation between the United States and Russia to support and uphold the work of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
THE SUNDAY GUARDIAN - The entry into force of the TPNW would be in the interest of all states—nuclear and non-nuclear.
PEARLS AND IRRITATIONS - If Australia is truly committed to a rules-based order underpinned by international law, Canberra must sign the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
JAPAN TIMES - On Oct. 24, 75 years after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Honduras became the 50th country to ratify the nuclear ban treaty.
THE INTERPRETER - The issue can no longer be dodged. Nuclear weapons will become illegal under the rules-based order of international law.
THE BULLETIN - The ban treaty’s inability to eliminate any warheads will be no worse than 50 years of NPT history. But, it will rob all nuclear-armed states of international legitimacy.
CARNEGIE-TSINGHUA - There are three guiding principles that can help make future arms control dialogues more successful.
The COVID-19 crisis has caused unprecedented shocks on human society. The issue here is what influence it will have on the world order.
WAR ON THE ROCKS - Even after Abe steps down, we will not see any major change as long as his security-conscious successors, including the next prime minister, Yoshihide Suga, stay in power.
THE NATIONAL INTEREST - Japan and countries throughout the world all have an interest in the peaceful resolution of North Korea's nuclear program.