This week we begin the third and final round of the Development and Disarmament Roundtable on China’s role in the nuclear world order. Is China a responsible nuclear stakeholder? Is Beijing abandoning the banning of the bomb? Or is the country merely waiting for the United States and Russia to lead the way?
Read on for more insights into how China should address disarmament and nonproliferation as its power and confidence increase.
In the nuclear world order, what role for China?
Hua Han, Rajesh Rajagopalan, Gregory Kulacki
Individual roundtable articles:
China, the increasingly responsible nuclear stakeholder
How China can address the world’s nuclear disorder
China unwisely defers on disarmament
China and nonproliferation: Divergence between policy and actions
Chairman Xi abandons banning the bomb
China’s nuclear forces, 2016 Free access from the July/August subscription journal
Hans M. Kristensen and Robert S. Norris
China’s security agenda transcends the South China Sea Free access from the July/August subscription journal
John W. Lewis and Xue Litai
How to save the INF Treaty (and arms control): Invite China
Petr Suchy and Bradley A. Thayer
What if China develops MIRVs?
David Cromer Logan and Tong Zhao
Drawing a line between conventional and nuclear weapons in China
David Cromer Logan
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