Rajiv Nayan

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  • Rajiv Nayan is Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detail profile.

    Ground report: Don’t buy the propaganda about India’s uranium mine in Jharkhand; it is not poisoning rivers

    January 10, 2016

    Senior Research Associate, IDSA, Dr Rajiv Nayan’s article on uranium mine in Jharkhand, titled ‘Ground report: Don’t buy the propaganda about India’s uranium mine in Jharkhand; it is not poisoning rivers’ was published in First Post on January 10, 2016.

    The secret nuclear network that runs past India’s borders and feeds North Korea’s bomb programme

    January 07, 2016

    Senior Research Associate, IDSA, Dr Rajiv Nayan’s article on the North Korean hydrogen bomb test, titled ‘The secret nuclear network that runs past India’s borders and feeds North Korea’s bomb programme’ was published in F.India on January 7, 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

    Smear Campaign against N-India

    December 31, 2015

    Senior Research Associate, IDSA, Dr Rajiv Nayan’s article on Nuclear Security in India, titled ‘Smear Campaign Against N-India’ was published in ‘The Pioneer’ on December 31, 2015.

    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

    Strategic Significance of the India-Australia Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement

    Strategic Significance of the India-Australia Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement

    As Australia and India have to deepen their security cooperation for a peaceful prosperous and stable Asia-Pacific region, both the countries will have to manage global nuclear commerce together.

    September 15, 2014

    UNSCR 1540: A decade of existence

    The success of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 should not make the international community overlook persisting problems. The objective of the 1540 is to internationalise WMD security by targeting the entire supply chain.

    April 28, 2014

    Nuclear Security Summit: An Assessment

    In the years to come, a lot more activity on nuclear security can be expected and much of it will arise from the commitment taken by states at the three nuclear security summits and the voluntary pledges undertaken by different countries. A good deal of pressure from civil society and think tanks on nuclear security issues can be expected.

    March 29, 2014

    Does Nuclear Asia have its Own Dangers?

    There are no properly functioning Asian security institutions or regimes to regulate Asia’s nuclear politics and has to rely on global institutions and regimes for regulation of its nuclear politics and management of nuclear order. Treaties like the NPT are struggling to provide stability in the world as in Asia.

    March 28, 2014

    Nuclear Security Summit Process: An Indian Perspective

    The third Nuclear Security Summit will be held in The Hague, Netherlands in March 2014. This visionary nuclear diplomacy will be facing both old and new questions at its third meeting. The basic question relates to the future of the summit process, which has made a significant contribution to international security in a very short span of time. The summit process, however, may serve it better, and the strengthening of the regime must be continued through the next two summits. However, with or without the summit process, the nuclear security regime has to be strengthened.

    March 2014

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