International arrangements promoting and facilitating the peaceful uses of nuclear technology demand revision in light of increased demand for nuclear energy security.
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Hillary Clinton quite literally turned the tables on Trump – inverting the gender binary that had for centuries kept women from public office
Due to decades of diplomacy, non-proliferation is one of the norms underpinning our international system and we have come a long way from the dark days of 1945.
For nuclear disarmament to succeed, it must be animated by diverse actors who have arrived at a moral consensus over the values at stake.
China’s opposition to India’s admission to the NSG appears a systemic attempt at discrimination against India – a visibly responsible nuclear power.
The NPT’s clauses on non-proliferation and peaceful uses of nuclear weapons require major changes if a real non proliferation regime is to emerge.
The recent interim agreement between Iran and the P5+1 raises interesting implications for regional peace and stability in the Middle East, particularly in relation to Israel and Saudi Arabia.
There are still significant technical and political obstacles to overcome with the the P5+1-Iran nuclear agreement. Thus, conclusive evaluations will need to wait for some time to come.
This week marks the beginning of a three-class-long Crisis Simulation. Through these simulations, students can learn about the complexity of international security and the difficulty of managing crises.
The Non-Aligned do not seem to agree on the writing of international relations that assign them the role of a passive agent, and it is precisely from that locus of enunciation that they are posing a geopolitical challenge.
The Obama administration must understand that an Israeli military operation against Iran is liable to drag the United States into the battlefield against its will.
The destructive tsunami which wreaked untold devastation upon Japan can serve as a cautionary tale for the South Caucasus, by forcing Turkey and Armenia to engage in confidence-building measures and to remove the common danger of nuclear disaster. There is nothing to lose for either party; the chances are that they both stand to gain mutually from the deal.