Opinion: NPT@50: The Genesis of a Flawed Bargain

Viewpoint by A. Vinod Kumar March 5, 2020 marked the 50th anniversary of the entry-into-force of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), a legal instrument treated as the cornerstone of the global nuclear non-proliferation regime. The NPT has had a roller-coaster ride, with many accomplishments and has weathered many crises. The treaty… Read More Opinion: NPT@50: The Genesis of a Flawed Bargain

Opinion: Challenge for the NAM – Move the NPT Review Conference to 2021 in Vienna

Viewpoint by Tariq Rauf It is sometimes said that it is easy to try to herd cats than to get the States parties to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) to agree on anything practical! This certainly seems to be the case now, as after dithering for several weeks the earth shaking announcement coming out of New York… Read More Opinion: Challenge for the NAM – Move the NPT Review Conference to 2021 in Vienna

Research Report: Trilateral Arms Control? Perspectives from Washington, Moscow, and Beijing

With the end of the INF Treaty in 2019, trilateral arms control – meaning arms control between the United States, Russia, and China – has gained center stage. Only shortly after the U.S. withdrawal, U.S peripheral activity, are under review at the time of this generic cialis understanding of the condition, the results of the.… Read More Research Report: Trilateral Arms Control? Perspectives from Washington, Moscow, and Beijing