Nuclear Threats Monitor

Assessments by APLN members on current nuclear risks and how to address them.

    What a Twitter-Happy Trump Might Mean For Nuclear Diplomacy
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    What a Twitter-Happy Trump Might Mean For Nuclear Diplomacy

    Jan/1/2017, By Ramesh THAKUR

    Far from making America great again, Trump is more likely to make America grope again in the darkness of the post-nuclear age. Hillary Clinton lost the election, but a question she  tweeted during ...

    Limits of Practising Nuclear Brinksmanship
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    Limits of Practising Nuclear Brinksmanship

    Dec/23/2016, By Manpreet SETHI

    Thomas Schelling, a noted nuclear strategist who passed away recently, explained brinkmanship as a strategy that “means manipulating the shared risk of war. It means exploiting the danger that ...

    India-Japan Agreement on Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy: Worse than expected, please do ...
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    India-Japan Agreement on Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy: Worse than expected, please do ...

    Nov/25/2016, By Tatsujiro SUZUKI, Jayantha DHANAPALA

    Will the recently signed agreement for nuclear cooperation between Japan and India strengthen the international non-proliferation regime and reduce nuclear threats in Asia? Two APLN experts conclude ...

    Giving Diplomacy a Chance
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    Giving Diplomacy a Chance

    Oct/7/2016, By Tuya NYAMOSOR

    Former Foreign Minister Nyamosor Tuya explains how a country that is not a member of the Six Party Talks can facilitate trust building as a necessary prelude to dialogue and diplomatic engagement ...

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