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  • The Clarion Call from the Atolls: Marshall Islands Puts the Nuclear Powers on Notice

    The Clarion Call from the Atolls: Marshall Islands Puts the Nuclear Powers on Notice

    The pivotal question is whether a judicial intervention, in the absence of any political stimulus, can make a meaningful difference to the disarmament movement.

    April 06, 2016

    Moving Cyber from the Orbit to the Nucleus of the Nuclear Security Summit

    Moving Cyber from the Orbit to the Nucleus of the Nuclear Security Summit

    Along with physical and system operational security at nuclear power plants, cybersecurity of electronic assets and computer/ICS networks have also become a major concern.

    March 30, 2016

    The North Korean Nuclear Test: Quest for Deterrence

    The January 6 ‘thermonuclear’ test is the fourth in the series of nuclear tests in North Korea’s consistent quest to attain credible deterrence against the United States.

    January 22, 2016

    Nuclear India through a Western Eye

    Nuclear India through a Western Eye

    Like a section of the US non-proliferation community that relishes supporting and sympathising with China and Pakistan, Levy and the Center for Public Integrity have followed the same approach.

    January 04, 2016

    29th Plenary Meeting of the Missile Technology Control Regime and India’s Membership

    Expediting India’s membership process would be a win-win situation for both India and the MTCR. The prevailing uncertainty will end for India and the MTCR will get an effective and positive member.

    October 16, 2015

    JCPOA and the IAEA: Challenges Ahead

    JCPOA and the IAEA: Challenges Ahead

    Three issues of contention have animated the debate about the role of the IAEA vis-à-vis the JCPOA. These relate to resolving concerns relating to PMD, those governing ‘anytime, anywhere access’, and the IAEA’s ability to ensure Iran’s compliance with the JCPOA.

    August 07, 2015

    Why India should apply for NSG membership?

    Why India should apply for NSG membership?

    An Indian application for NSG membership should face less resistance than what china had faced. Such an option is certainly worth an attempt instead of waiting indefinitely for the NSG PGs to arrive at a consensus on inviting India.

    July 20, 2015

    21st Century Proliferation and Tracking: Tackling Arms Proliferation in the Modern Conflict Landscape

    21st Century Proliferation and Tracking: Tackling Arms Proliferation in the Modern Conflict Landscape

    Time and again, civilian masses the world over have been at the receiving end of legions of conventional weapons systems leaving destructive direct and indirect consequences in their wake. The copious arms -and their ammunition- currently in circulation range from assault rifles, rocket launchers, anti-aircraft weapons to pistols, machine guns as well as missiles, grenades and other explosive ordnances.

    June 23, 2015

    Reframing the Disarmament Discourse: Can the Humanitarian Paradigm make a difference?

    Reframing the Disarmament Discourse: Can the Humanitarian Paradigm make a difference?

    The 2015 NPT RevCon ended on an expected dismaying note. The only positive outcome was its endorsement of the recent initiatives to project the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons, though not adopting its underlying theme - a nuclear weapons prohibition treaty.

    May 26, 2015

    Iran-P5+1 Lausanne Framework: Issues and Challenges

    Iran-P5+1 Lausanne Framework: Issues and Challenges

    This Issue Brief looks back at the implementation of the JPOA and examines the extent to which the recent framework (JCPOA) agreed upon at Lausanne adheres to the letter and spirit of the JPOA, specifically as it relates to the pledge to treat the Iranian nuclear programme “as that of any non-nuclear state party to the NPT”.

    April 23, 2015

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