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14 June 2012

A tale of two treaties?

Naeem Ahmad SalikAdel M. AliSunday Jonah

Before the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) came into force in 1970, concerned scientists made dire predictions about the rate at which nuclear weapons would spread around the globe. Thanks in part to the treaty, the gloomiest scenarios have been avoided.

14 June 2012

Real threats, real solutions

The author argues that, though the threat of nuclear terrorism is sometimes exaggerated for political reasons, the threat remains very real, and the issue deserves the attention being accorded it through Nuclear Security Summits.

24 May 2012

Expanded powers, greater security

The author argues that nuclear security may deserve the same importance that is attached to the three pillars of the NPT—nonproliferation, disarmament, and peaceful nuclear cooperation.

3 May 2012

Needed: a bigger toolbox for the IAEA

The author argues that limits on the authority of the International Atomic Energy Agency, particularly in the field of nuclear security, amount to a set of serious deficiencies in the nonproliferation regime.