Experts from acclaimed institutions around the world devoted to nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation convened in this webinar to explore the 'No-first-use' policy.
SOUTH ASIAN VOICES - Manpreet Sethi argues that the states of India and Pakistan are no more at risk of breaking the taboo than anywhere else in the world.
Gareth Evans analyzes the NFU policy and assesses the feasibility of universal buy-in of said strategy among the world's nine nuclear-armed states.
ARIRANG - APLN’s Vice Chair Chung-in Moon states that while the diplomatic alliance between the U.S. and South Korea is a given, South Korea can not join a military alliance against China.
THE TIMES - Ernest J. Moniz and Des Browne respond to the UK government's announcement on policy changes that go against the Biden administration's global commitment to reduce nuclear risks.
THE KOREA TIMES - Wonsoo Kim writes on the existential risk humanity poses on itself today, as the Doomsday Clock strikes 100 seconds 'till midnight.
IPCS - Dr. Manpreet Sethi parses the recently released document to gauge the new administration’s approach to global nuclear issues.
THE INDIAN EXPRESS - A pragmatic engagement with NATO must be an important part of India’s new European orientation, especially amidst the continent’s search for a new role in the Indo-Pacific.
THE SUNDAY GUARDIAN - China appears to be riding its nuclear export ambitions on a cooperation, which is itself built on a blatant violation of non-proliferation rules.
GLOBAL ASIA - What nobody wants, in the US now or anywhere in the region, is a reversion to any kind of enthusiasm for past regime-change-focused military adventures.