Paul Meyer argues that nuclear dependent allies should play a bigger role in convincing their NWS partners to undertake tangible nuclear disarmament action.
APLN member Sadia Tasleem examines the status of the four non-NPT nuclear-armed states -- India, Pakistan, DPRK and Israel -- vis-à-vis the three core objectives of the NPT.
APLN Board member Ramesh Thakur discusses the ineffectiveness of the NPT while also bringing light to its normative potential.
Fifty years after the NPT was put into force, the new Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) continues to exacerbate some tensions.
Major innovative strategies will be necessary in order to revive the NPT and to keep it both current and constructive for the new decade.