Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Reshmi Kazi’s article on the 20th anniversary of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), titled ‘CTBT at 20: India and an Unequal Treaty’ was published in South Asian Voices on September 23, 2016.
Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Reshmi Kazi’s article on Pakistan’s offer of bilateral nuclear non-testing agreement, titled ‘No First Use Over Non-Testing: Practical Options for South Asian Regional Stability’ was published in South Asian Voices on September 9, 2016.
A watershed moment for nuclear security was reached when global leaders from more than 50 countries including India and other organisations met successively over six years (2010–2016) to develop an effective and sustainable plan for global nuclear security. At the end of six years, much has been accomplished to improve and upgrade nuclear security in several countries. Despite this perseverance, threats to nuclear security still remain undiminished, primarily because wrong people nursing a malicious agenda desire nuclear and radiological materials.
Associate Fellow IDSA, Dr Reshmi Kazi’s article on Impasse over India’s membership in the ‘Nuclear Suppliers Group’ (NSG) titled ‘India, the NSG, and the Chinese Impasse’ was published in E-International Relations on July 20 2016.
The outcome of the NSG plenary in Seoul is most likely to be the admission of India to the NSG, denial or postponement of a decision on Pakistan’s application, but deferment of both announcements to a later date.
Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Reshmi Kazi’s article on Pakistan’s aspirations for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), titled ‘Nuclear Suppliers Group: Why Pakistan Needs to do More’ was published in ‘The South Asian Voices’ on June 4, 2016.
Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Reshmi Kazi’s article on repercussions of China’s reaction to India’s NSG participation, titled ‘China’s Objections to India’s NSG Participation is Harmful to Global Non-proliferation Efforts’ was published in ‘The Dialogue’ on May 31, 2016.