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Presentation: The End of Mad? The Nuclear Dimension of US Primacy

Fouzia Amin is pursuing Ph.D in Strategic and Nuclear Studies at National Defence University (NDU). She did Msc in Defence and Diplomatic Studies from Fatima Jinnah University Rawalpindi and M.Phil in Strategic and Nuclear Studies from NDU. 43 more words

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Presentation: Beyond Waltz’s Nuclear World

Rubina Waseem has achieved M.Phil degree in Defence and Strategic Studies from Quaid-I- Azam University, Islamabad and is currently, PhD candidate in the Department of Strategic and Nuclear Studies in National Defence University, Islamabad. 30 more words

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PREVENTING WEAK LINKS IN NUCLEAR SECURITY: A STRATEGY FOR SOFT AND HARD GOVERNANCE

Nuclear Security Governance Experts Groups (NSGEG)

The Nuclear ­Security Summit process offers a unique opportunity for world leaders to improve the global nuclear security governance architecture. 118 more words

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Nuclear News Roundup

The Nuclear Shadow over Karachi

Pervez Hoodbhoy, Zia Mian and A. H. Nayyar , Newsweek

A debate has started about the wisdom of building two large Chinese-supplied nuclear reactors in Karachi. 209 more words

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Nuclear News Roundup: Japan's Special

PRESS STATEMENT ON THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF THE FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR DISASTER

Nuclear Energy Information Service

What have we learned in the three years since the onset of the continuing nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi?  349 more words

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Prospects of Nuclear Energy in Pakistan: Vision 2025

Prospects of Nuclear Energy in Pakistan: Vision 2025

 Concept Paper

Pakistan being a developing country is facing acute energy shortages. The current energy crisis is the worst in history which is affecting the growth in almost all sectors of its economy and every segment of society. 693 more words

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Nuclear News Roundup: India's Special

Yashwant Sinha questions nuclear seminar by ‘lame duck govt’

The Times of India

Senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha wrote to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday, asking him to call off or postpone a conference organized by Institute of Defence Studies and Analysis (IDSA) on nuclear non-proliferation for which the external affairs ministry has agreed to pay “Rs 80 lakh” since it is “ill-designed and ill timed,” when the country is going for elections. 201 more words

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