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South Asian Dilemma

South Asia has been a region of significance to the major powers for centuries. It has always been under consistent study owing to its unique geography in between the sea routes of the Indian Ocean and the possible land route of Central Asia to connect Europe to the East. 596 more words

India

The Next Two Weeks Ahead, August 17-30: IAEA Amano Visits Iran; GGE on FMCT Meets; International Day Against Nuclear Tests

The following are some of the key arms control dates and developments to watch over the next two weeks.

For more news and analysis on these and other weapons-related security issues, consider… 503 more words

Iran Nuclear Program

The Week Ahead, May 12-17: P5+1 Talks with Iran; Lethal Autonomous Weapons; MEWMDFZ Consultations; CD Reconvenes

The following are some of the key arms control dates and developments to watch in the coming week.

For more news and analysis on these and other weapons-related security issues, consider… 509 more words

Iran Nuclear Program

The Week Ahead March 31- April 5: GGE on the FMCT; Mine Action Day; 5th Anniv. of Prague Speech; Pitching-In

The following are some of the key arms control dates and developments to watch in the coming week.

For more news and analysis on these and other weapons-related security issues, consider… 800 more words

Iran Nuclear Program

FMCT: Questioning Mass Destruction as the Basis for International Order

By

Vice Admiral (retd) Vijay Shankar

This article was first published by the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies in June 2013.

Keywords: Pakistan nuclear doctrine, Indian Nuclear Doctrine, FMCT, Pakistan Foreign Policy and “India-centricity,” Deterrence Stability in South Asia. 813 more words

Geopolitics And Strategic Impulses

2013 NPT PrepCom Opens in Geneva

The second session of the Preparatory Committee (PrepCom) for the 2015 nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference (RevCon) opened in Geneva this past week under the leadership of Chairman Ambassador Cornel Feruta of Romania. 1,645 more words

Role of international organizations in the successes and/or failures of the nuclear non-proliferation regime

“In our new age of terrifying, lethal gadgets, which supplanted so swiftly the old one, the first great aggressive war, if it should come, will be launched by suicidal little madmen pressing an electronic button. 2,469 more words

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