Maryam Javan Shahraki

Articles by Maryam Javan Shahraki

20 December 2012

Angels and demons: a dangerous game

The author argues that turning Iran's nuclear program into a security issue—removing it from the context of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and from the diplomatic realm—neither strengthens the NPT nor makes the Middle East a safer region.

29 November 2012

It takes two to tango

The author argues that demonizing Iran undermines international security and the nonproliferation regime.

20 November 2012

Blueprint for avoiding crisis

The author argues that if the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is to survive and thrive, the world should recommit itself to eliminating nuclear weapons, and variable standards and unjust rules should be avoided.

20 November 2012

Millennials on the next nuclear generation

Maryam Javan ShahrakiSelim Can SazakBeenish Pervaiz

In the 42 years since the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) came into force, much has changed in the world -- the Cold War has ended, the global number of nuclear weapons has decreased, yet the number of nuclear-armed states has increased.