John Carlson discusses the shortcomings of current international nuclear security arrangements and provides recommendations on what needs to be done.
Gareth Evans discusses the humanitarian, strategic, and financial arguments against nuclear weapons.
John Page and Ramesh Thakur argue that the economic cost of nuclear weapons far exceeds its claimed benefits.
"The nuclear-armed states – led by the U.S. and Russia, who between them possess 95 per cent of the world‟s nuclear weapons – must get serious about their disarmament commitments."
The international interest for national activities to be managed effectively is indisputable. This is just as true for nuclear security as it is for nuclear safety.
Over thirty leaders from fourteen Asia Pacific countries have signed a joint statement strongly supporting a nuclear weapons free world, and calling on policymakers to “get serious."