Rajiv Nayan

Articles by Rajiv Nayan

14 February 2013

How both sides win

The author argues that the Nuclear Suppliers Group can best address the needs of developing countries by ensuring that nuclear commerce, rather than nonproliferation, is the group's primary focus.

17 January 2013

Confidence, trust, and balance

The author argues that, in order to ensure that nuclear technology both spreads and is used for responsible ends, the Nuclear Suppliers Group must strike a new and broadly acceptable balance between commercial and security interests.

31 December 2012

Paths forward for the Nuclear Suppliers Group

Rajiv NayanKayhan BarzegarRaymund Jose G. Quilop

Though the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) may well be indispensable for nonproliferation, its membership of mainly wealthy nations sometimes provokes suspicion in the developing world. Can the NSG contribute to nonproliferation and also remain fair to developing countries?

31 December 2012

Adapting to the 21st century

The author argues that the Nuclear Suppliers Group should expand its membership to better reflect the perspectives of developing nations.

1 March 2012
Global forum

In 2009, President Barack Obama announced from Prague’s Hradcany square that “the most immediate and extreme threat to global security” was nuclear weapons in the hands of terrorists, and world leaders listened.