Publications


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Chemical, Biological and Radiological Materials: An Analysis of Security Risks and Terrorist Threats to India

June 13, 2012

RUSI and the Observer Research Foundation

Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, Tobias Feakin, Jennifer Cole, Rahul Prakash, Wilson John, Andrew Somerville

Reports/Studies


A research study by Observer Research Foundation (ORF) and Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) has found that there is a clear danger to India from CBR (Chemical, Biological and Radiological Materials) terrorism due to the known intentions of terrorist groups active within India's borders.

Russia and the Dilemmas of Nuclear Disarmament

June 1, 2012

IMEMO

Alexei Arbatov, Vladimir Dvorkin and Sergey Oznobishchev

Reports/Studies


This new publication from the Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) examines the prospects for transforming nuclear deterrence and presents solutions and action proposals aimed at arms limitation and non-proliferation.

NATO Defence and Deterrence Posture: Central and Eastern European Perspectives

May 15, 2012

Polish Institute of International Affairs

Reports/Studies


PISM analyst Jacek Durkalec discusses the approach of Central and Eastern Europeans to NATO defense and deterrence capabilities.

Keeping Cool in the Nuclear Heat

April 25, 2012

Gareth Evans

Op-eds/Statements


Asia Pacific Leadership Network convener Gareth Evans, former foreign minister in Australia, argues for a "cool and measured" response to nuclear provocations from Iran and North Korea.

Nuclear weapon reductions must be part of strategic analysis

April 22, 2012

The Washington Post

Henry A. Kissinger and Brent Scowcroft

Op-eds/Statements


Former Secretary of State and NSP principal Henry Kissinger and former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft argue in a Washington Post op-ed that the goal of future negotiations should be strategic stability and that lower numbers of weapons should be a consequence of strategic analysis.