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    • Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Reshmi Kazi’s article on repercussions of China’s reaction to India’s NSG participation, titled ‘China’s Objections to India’s NSG Participation is Harmful to Global Non-proliferation Efforts’ was published in ‘The Dialogue’ on May 31, 2016.

      May 31, 2016
      IDSA News
    • China’s continuing complicity in nuclear proliferation networks would weaken the global nuclear security regime. Hence, China must cooperate with the international community for reinvesting the benefits achieved by the Nuclear Security Summit process, and help develop stronger nuclear security architecture in the Indian subcontinent.

      April 22, 2016
      IDSA Comments
    • Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Reshmi Kazi’s article on the Nuclear Security Summit, titled ‘Nuclear Security Summit Process (2010 – 2016) – What Next?’ was published in ‘The Dialogue’ on April 16, 2016.

      April 16, 2016
      IDSA News
    • Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Reshmi Kazi’s article on Nuclear Security Summit, titled ‘Classified: From Modi, to Obama #NSS2016’ was published in ‘South Asian Voices’ on March 24, 2016.

      March 24, 2016
      IDSA News
    • Ebola virus has been spreading exponentially. As of October 23, 2014, the total number of confirmed, probable, and suspected cases of Ebola infection stood at 10,141 including 4,922 reported deaths.1 With the number of new reported cases continuing to increase rapidly, the situation remains worrisome in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.

      CBW Magazine
    • Vipin Narang offers a critical analysis of why states adopt certain strategies and postures over others and how these choices affect their ability to deter conflicts. With the world already into the second nuclear age, strategic equations are no longer defined by a ‘bipolar global superpower competition involving massive nuclear arsenals with the capability to destroy each other multiple times over’ (p. 1).

      Strategic Analysis
    • The importance of nuclear security in Asia needs to be focused upon in view of the emerging challenges of nuclear proliferation, growing nuclear arsenals, expanding civilian nuclear energy programmes, weak export controls, zones of domestic instability and terrorism in several regions within the continent. This article focuses on the factors that pose potential risks to nuclear security in Asia. It emphasises the prevailing factors endangering the security of nuclear and radiological materials in Asia.

      Strategic Analysis
    • Chair: Dr Arvind Kumar
      External Discussants: Dr Sitakanta Mishra and Dr Manish Dhabade
      Internal Discussants: Mr S Samuel C Rajiv and Ms Sourabhi Mukherji

      May 29, 2015
    • Alan J. Kuperman’s edited volume Nuclear Terrorism and Global Nuclear Security: The Challenge of Phasing out Highly Enriched Uranium explores the prospects and challenges involved in the process of global elimination of Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU). Global commerce in HEU poses the inherent dangers of nuclear terrorism and nuclear proliferation. Recognising the above, the volume asserts that, ‘given the vast majority of non-weapons HEU commerce persist[ing]’ (p. 3), the international community needs to undertake concerted measures to minimise the dangers of HEU commerce.

      Strategic Analysis
    • Mark Fitzpatrick’s book Overcoming Pakistan’s Nuclear Dangers makes a courageous attempt in advocating recognition of Pakistan as a ‘normal nuclear state’ (p. 12). The author asserts that the international community must now refrain from making Pakistan pay for its 2004 AQ Khan debacle and recognise that ‘the time has come to offer Pakistan a nuclear cooperation deal akin to India’ (p. 162).

      Strategic Analysis