APLN Deplores Loss of Political Will on Disarmament
Twenty-five political, diplomatic, military and scientific leaders from 14 Asia Pacific countries signed on to a new Asia Pacific Leadership Network statement expressing concern about the loss of momentum in efforts to achieve a nuclear weapons free world. They emphasized the need for regional and world political leaders to focus energy and political will on both non-proliferation and disarmament.
Indian Think Tank Offers Alternative to India's Nuclear Doctrine
The Nuclear Security Project's Indian partner, the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, reviews India’s nuclear doctrine and introduces an alternative blueprint to suit the new developments in the security and political environment within and outside India over the last decade.
Kissinger Debates Future of Europe With Polish Foreign Minister Sikorski
NSP partner the Polish Institute for International Affairs (PISM) organized a debate between Polish Foreign Minister Radosalw Sikorski and NSP principal Henry Kissinger on Europe, including Europe-Russia relations.
Shultz, Drell and Andreasen Call for Safer Nuclear Enterprise
Sidney Drell, George P. Shultz and Steven P. Andreasen call out the risks associated with civilian and weapons programs and make recommendations to increase confidence and strengthen the nuclear enterprise in the journal Science.
Asia Pacific Leaders Call for Stronger Measures on Nuclear Security and Greater Transparency
Members of the Asia Pacific Leadership Network for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (APLN) issued two major statements on nuclear security and transparency, calling on governments in the region, and worldwide, to strengthen their commitment to nuclear security and take steps to build global confidence and trust.