The Journey from Nuclear Non-Proliferation to Prohibition and Disarmament
COMMENTARIES

The Journey from Nuclear Non-Proliferation to Prohibition and Disarmament

30 Jun 2022 | Ramesh THAKUR

Has the NPT exhausted its normative potential for advancing the cause of nuclear disarmament? Could the Ban Treaty establish a new normative settling point on the ethics, legality and legitimacy of the bomb? Ramesh Thakur discusses the journey from nuclear non-proliferation to prohibition and disarmament.

Analysis

Whither Nuclear Arms Control and Disarmament After Ukraine? A Japanese Perspective
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Whither Nuclear Arms Control and Disarmament After Ukraine? A Japanese Perspective

1 Jul 2022 | ABE Nobuyasu

Ambassador Nobuyasu Abe offers four suggestions on ways to rebuild nuclear disarmament, arms-control and nonproliferation in context of the war in Ukraine.

Analysis

Preventing Nuclear Weapons Use in Northeast Asia: What Lessons Can we Learn?
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Preventing Nuclear Weapons Use in Northeast Asia: What Lessons Can we Learn?

29 Jun 2022 | Eva LISOWSKI

Eva Lisowski looks at possible nuclear use cases in Northeast Asia and lessons learnt, at the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons.

Analysis

Indian Missile Crisis: One Step from Nuclear War?
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Indian Missile Crisis: One Step from Nuclear War?

28 Jun 2022 | Anum A. KHAN

Anum A. Khan offers her analysis of the March 9 missile incident, urging the major powers to address the issues between India and Pakistan.

Analysis

Expectations for the TPNW
THE PULSE

Expectations for the TPNW

21 Jun 2022 | John CARLSON, ABE Nobuyasu, Karla Mae PABELIÑA, Kasit PIROMYA, CHEONG Wooksik and Tanya OGILVIE-WHITE

Six experts from Australia, South Korea, Thailand, Philippines, and Japan share their expectations and concerns for the TPNW. 

Analysis

TPNW in a Challenging Security Environment
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TPNW in a Challenging Security Environment

20 Jun 2022 | John CARLSON

John Carlson writes on the urgent need for practical steps towards reducing nuclear risks, reducing nuclear weapon numbers, and building confidence.

Analysis

War in Ukraine: Lesson on Why the World Should Ban Nuclear Arms
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War in Ukraine: Lesson on Why the World Should Ban Nuclear Arms

30 Jun 2022 | Kasit PIROMYA

Kasit Piromya writes on the war in Ukraine and lessons on why the world must ban nuclear weapons, in light of the recent first meeting of the states parties to the Ban Treaty.

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