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    Nuclear Emulation: Pakistan’s Nuclear Trajectory
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    Nuclear Emulation: Pakistan’s Nuclear Trajectory

    Jan/24/2019, By APLN

    “The more it changes, the more it stays the same”—Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr could well have been writing his famous epigram about Pakistan’s nuclear deterrence policy. For a nuclear program some ...

    Nuclear arms: A year of living dangerously
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    Nuclear arms: A year of living dangerously

    Jan/6/2019, By APLN

    CANBERRA - Last January, the Doomsday Clock was moved to two minutes to midnight — the closest it has ever been, matching the acute sense of crisis of 1953. The primary explanation for the ...

    Nuclear Order in the 21st Century
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    Nuclear Order in the 21st Century

    Jan/3/2019, By APLN

    For the last two years, I had been on a nuclear project at ORF, trying to reconcile seemingly inconsistent trends - nuclear weapons are down by 75% from a peak of 65000; the NPT enjoys near ...

    Limited Use of Nuclear Weapons: Political and Military Implications
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    Limited Use of Nuclear Weapons: Political and Military Implications

    Dec/26/2018, By APLN

    Among the many things nuclear that 2018 will be remembered for, the rather cavalier statements made by leaders in the US, Russia and North Korea on the utility of nuclear weapons certainly stand ...

    Towards a multilateral arrangement for controlling nuclear weapons
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    Towards a multilateral arrangement for controlling nuclear weapons

    Dec/17/2018, By APLN

    The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty was signed by US president Ronald Reagan and Soviet general secretary Mikhail Gorbachev in December 1987 to give effect to their declaration that ...

    The Other Fissile Material: Strengthening National and International Plutonium Management ...
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    The Other Fissile Material: Strengthening National and International Plutonium Management ...

    Dec/7/2018, By APLN

    This paper discusses issues relating to separated, or unirradiated, plutonium in civilian nuclear programs. Stocks of separated civilian plutonium have continued to grow, and today are substantially ...

    THE RISK OF AUSTRALIA RECONSIDERING THE IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL
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    THE RISK OF AUSTRALIA RECONSIDERING THE IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL

    Dec/5/2018, By APLN

    Although Australia is not a party to the Iran nuclear deal, Scott Morrison is reviewing whether Australia should follow Donald Trump’s lead and withdraw its support In his meeting with President ...

    Australia Reviews its Policy on the Iran Nuclear Deal
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    Australia Reviews its Policy on the Iran Nuclear Deal

    Nov/20/2018, By APLN

    Australia’s national interests dictate that it should continue to support the nuclear deal with Iran. However, the government’s review is an opportunity to canvass complementary measures to address ...

    Future Directions in IAEA Safeguards
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    Future Directions in IAEA Safeguards

    Nov/9/2018, By APLN

    The IAEA safeguards system faces serious challenges, writes John Carlson in a new Discussion Paper published by the Project on Managing the Atom, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, ...

    Why China Is Worried About the End of the INF Treaty
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    Why China Is Worried About the End of the INF Treaty

    Nov/7/2018, By APLN

    The U.S. withdrawal from the INF Treaty reflects Washington’s long-standing concern that the treaty constrained its ability to counter China’s fast-growing missile forces in the Asia Pacific. The ...

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