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#3870
4 April 2013
K-15 SLBM: Where does it stand?
P. Arjun Subramanian discusses the implications of the successful test firing for India’s deterrence strategy
#3859
28 March 2013
The Netherlands 2014 Nuclear Security Summit: An Agenda
Debak Das outlines the primary concerns facing the Netherlands Summit in 2014 
#3839
8 March 2013
Review: Possibility of Replication of Arms Reduction
Shubhra Chaturvedi reviews the RUSI's Whitehall Report on, "Small Nuclear Forces, Five Perspectives"
#3830
1 March 2013
North Korea: A Print Media Analysis of the Nuclear Test
Anu Krishnan analyses Southeast Asian news reports in order to understand their stance on the recent North Korean nuclear test
#3824
25 February 2013
Nuclear Weapons: Can They Be Made Obsolete?
Shubhra Chaturvedi discusses the criticality of adopting a rational paradigm to nuclear disarmament
#3822
21 February 2013
Nuclear Weapons: Debating the Normative Imperatives to Disarm
Satyabrat Sinha discusses whether the delegitimisation of nuclear weapons can contribute to global nuclear disarmament
#3818
16 February 2013
Iran and Nuclear Weapons: A New Agenda
Manish explores the the options before the international community to rein in Iran's nuclear programme
#3817
16 February 2013
Iran and Nuclear Weapons: New Negotiations, Old Issues?
Shubhra Chaturvedi assesses the 'optimism' surrounding the February talks between Iran and the P5+1
#3812
13 February 2013
North Korea: Third Nuclear Test
Rajaram Panda discusses international responses to, and strategic implications of, the recent test
#3810
12 February 2013
Nuclear Weapons: Can They Be Made Strategically Obsolete?
Debak Das reflects on whether nuclear disarmament can be pursued given the large asymmetries in conventional arms
#3807
4 February 2013
IPCS Discussion: Preventing Nuclear Use
Debak Das reports on the interaction with Dr. Rebecca Johnson on an imperative to disarm
#3802
28 January 2013
North Korea: “An All-Out Confrontation” After Fresh UNSC Sanctions?
Rajaram Panda assesses China's changing strategy towards North Korea in light of the recent sanctions
#3784
31 December 2012
The Trident Debate: UK’s Strategic Nuclear Deterrent
Debak Das highlights the implications of UK's nuclear reconciliations
#3783
31 December 2012
Obama II and Iran: Diplomacy on the Cards?
Shubhra Chaturvedi discusses the futility of nuclear sanctions against Iran
#3776
13 December 2012
North Korea: After the Rocket Launch
Rajaram Panda discusses the security dilemma and the international community's responses to the rocket launch
#3772
3 December 2012
North Korea: Domestic and International Politics of Satellite/ Missile Launches
Radhakrishna Rao looks at  the global and regional dynamics of North Korea's designs on space
#3771
3 December 2012
North Korea: Another Rocket Launch?
Rajaram Panda discusses the implications of North Korea's planned rocket launch
#3769
29 November 2012
Obama – II and the Global Nuclear Disarmament: Will There Be a Revival?
Shubhra Chaturvedi probes the strategy behind the silence on the nuclear disarmament agenda during the third Presidential debate
#3768
29 November 2012
India: How Credible is its Ballistic Missile Defence?
Debak Das discusses the credibility and strategic implications of an operational BMD System in India
#3765
29 November 2012
IPCS Discussion: China's Role in North Korea's Stability and Regional Security
Teshu Singh reports on the discussion led by Dr. Rajaram Panda, Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli and Dr. Sandip Mishra
#3754
9 November 2012
Obama-II and the Indo-US Relationship: Old Issues, New Opportunities
PR Chari looks into the implications of Obama's re-election for Indo-US relations
#3753
9 November 2012
Obama-II and the Korean Peninsula: The Road Ahead
Rajaram Panda looks into the implications of Obama's re-election for US foreign policy in the Korean peninsula
#3750
2 November 2012
Iran and the US Presidential Debate
Shubhra Chaturvedi analyses the stand taken on Iran during the final US presidential debate
#3745
31 October 2012
Indian Nuclear Thought: Doctrinal Confusion
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra builds a case arguing the need for a critical review of India's nuclear doctrine 
#3732
23 October 2012
Kudankulam: Nuclear Energy and Protest Movements
Shubhra Chaturvedi highlights the Indian government's apathy towards civil society reactions on the Kudankulan nuclear plant 
#3731
22 October 2012
India and Pakistan Missile Flexing: Cruising towards Regional Instability
Debak Das comments on the effect of rising missile tests between India and Pakistan for the South Asian stability
#3730
18 October 2012
India-Australia Relations: Julia's Nuclear Tango
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra discusses the ramifications of Jullia Gillard's ability to negotiate with the Indian nuclear establishment  
#3711
24 August 2012
India: Double Speak on Nuclear Disarmament
PR Chari examines comments recently made by the NSA for an insight into India’s stand on nuclear disarmament
#3705
22 August 2012
Kudankulum: Questioning India’s Capability to Guarantee Nuclear Safety
Shubhra Chaturvedi argues that tritium leakage at Rawatbhata lends itself strongly to the concerns raised in the media about nuclear safety in India
#3698
9 August 2012
Indian Membership to the NSG: American Interests and Chinese Opposition
Debak Das suggests that although the process is bound to be long-drawn given Chinese stakes, US’ support inspires India’s confidence 
#3697
7 August 2012
‘Chinese Checkers’ at the Nuclear Suppliers Group
Arun Vishwanathan highlights the complexities of some of the main issues discussed at the annual plenary session of the NSG held in June 2012
#3691
31 July 2012
Southeast Asian Nuclear Weapons Free Zone Treaty: What is Holding it Up?
Shubhra Chaturvedi writes about the P5’s objections to the Treaty
#3689
31 July 2012
India’s Nuclear Doctrine: How Elastic and Transparent should it be?
D Suba Chandran reflects on opacity in and lack of periodic reviews of a political document
#3633
9 June 2012
The Non-Traditional Nuclear Threat in South Asia: Managing the Focus
Martin de Lavernée identifies different options to deal with nuclear threats in South Asia emerging from non-state actors
#3631
4 June 2012
A Nuclear Deal for Pakistan?
Martin de Lavernée weighs the pros and cons of Pakistan’s renewed demand for a Pakistan-specific nuclear waiver 
#3612
23 April 2012
Agni V: What is its Strategic Significance?
PR Chari examines the direction of India’s missile programme
#3609
18 April 2012
North Korea: What are the Implications of the Failed Launch?
Radhakrishna Rao on what this may signal for the future course of North Korean provocations
#3608
13 April 2012
Seoul Nuclear Security Summit 2012: An Analysis of India’s Position
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra suggests that India’s policies have always subjugated nuclear safety and security to realpolitik concerns
#3607
13 April 2012
Seoul Nuclear Security Summit 2012: An Analysis of Pakistan’s Position
J Jeganaathan reveals the anomaly between claims and reality in Pakistan's nuclear policy
#3606
13 April 2012
Seoul Nuclear Security Summit 2012: An Analysis of China’s Position
Teshu Singh elaborates China's position on nuclear security and non-proliferation
 
 

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