THE INTERPRETER - The issue can no longer be dodged. Nuclear weapons will become illegal under the rules-based order of international law.
BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS - On one hand, the ban treaty’s inability to eliminate any warheads will be no worse than 50 years of NPT history. On the other hand, it will rob all nuclear-armed ...
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.
NATURE - As tensions mount and treaties totter, fresh thinking is needed — on deterrence, emerging technologies and key players in east Asia.
IPCS - Dr Manpreet Sethi contextualises KAPS-3’s recent criticality in the unique circumstances of India’s energy mix.
INDIAN EXPRESS - If Delhi comes out of this crisis wounded, its troubles at home and the world will mount significantly. But an India that comes out of this confrontation with its head held high will ...
CARNEGIE-TSINGHUA - If Beijing’s concerns are left unaddressed, they will likely fuel more intensive Chinese efforts to modernize its nuclear forces and other strategic capabilities.
THE DISPATCH - The author recommends close observation of North Korean behaviour as global attention shifts to more immediate concerns.
OBSERVER RESEARCH FOUNDATION - Looking continuously into the rear-view mirror for assurance that one is on the right road creates a bias that will lead to a crisis, exactly as has happened with China.