Peter Lavoy interviewed Lieutenant General Khalid Kidwai, advisor to Pakistan’s National Command Authority.
Turkey is a rising economic and political force with the ability to affect dynamics in the greater Middle East, the Caucasus, and Central Asia. To meet its rising energy needs, the country—already an important actor in the international nuclear order—plans to establish nuclear power plants on its territory.
Through compromise and cooperation, Morocco’s king and the ruling Islamist Party of Justice and Development have figured out how to get along.
What is standing in the way of ratification of the CTBT by states in the Middle East, South Asia, and elsewhere? How robust is the international monitoring system? Can the United States and others maintain the reliability of their arsenals under the CTBT? What is next for the global nuclear test ban?
As India and Pakistan develop their naval nuclear forces, they will enter increasingly murky waters. By further institutionalizing relations between their navies, both countries may succeed in adding a greater degree of stability to a dangerously volatile maritime environment.
The rise of an ungoverned, violent Donbass—which had a prewar population of six million—is likely to be one of the war’s most important lasting legacies.
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz gave a keynote address.
Oil is changing. Conventional oil resources are dwindling as tight oil, oil sands, heavy oils, and others emerge.
A conversation between Natalie Nougayrède and his Excellency Yukiya Amano, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The 2015 NPT Review Conference promises to be highly contentious with a number of unresolved issues, including Russia’s violation of the Budapest Memorandum. How are these issues likely to play out in New York when the Review Conference convenes in April 2015 and what is the probable outcome?
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