AUKUS After San Diego: The real challenges and nuclear risks
John Gower argues that AUKUS does not pose a nuclear proliferation risk, but cautions against the US acquisition of SLCM-N which would undermine the deterrent value of AUKUS.
Australia Fast-Tracks Itself Into a Formidable Naval Power With Sub Deal
THE JAPAN TIMES - APLN member Ramesh Thakur points out that there are several real risks that could yet thwart the AUKUS submarine deal.
At IAEA, India Supports AUKUS
THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan writes on India’s proactive engagement at the IAEA's general conference on the AUKUS in the face of Russian and Chinese opposition.
AUKUS and Risks of Submarine Proliferation: A preliminary assessment
Collin Koh, Research Fellow at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, argues that AUKUS isn't responsible for ...
Why Australia Should “Think Twice” about Nuclear Powered Submarines | The World
ABC NEWS - APLN member Marianne Hanson argues that Australia "should be thinking twice" about whether it wants nuclear powered submarines.
The Gamble of AUKUS: Eroding the Rules of Nuclear Non-Proliferation?
Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States must ensure that their AUKUS nuclear-powered subs pact will conform to non-proliferation.
AUKUS Submarine Deal Could Open ‘A Pandora’s Box’ of Unintended Consequences
SKY NEWS AUSTRALIA - APLN member Ramesh Thakur writes: Critics of AUKUS submarine ambitions are worried the deal will lead to more problematic countries acquiring weapons-grade nuclear technology.
The Indispensable NPT: Black Swans and Black Boxes
John Tilemann discusses two ‘black swan’ events adding new contentious issues to the already overloaded and fraught agenda for the 10th NPT Review Conference.