Some aspects of Chinese nuclear policy have undergone significant changes in recent years. The most obvious changes are in transparency and nonproliferation.
Policy options for a potential grand nuclear bargain between the U.S. and Pakistan remain a contested topic of discourse with serious implications for regional cooperation and security.
India’s nuclear force is evolving rapidly, but its nuclear doctrine has not been updated since 2003. What is the future direction of India’s nuclear force and doctrine?
Chinese thinking on nuclear weapons issues can be difficult to discern. What are Chinese views on the role of nuclear weapons?
The 2015 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference brought together over 800 experts and officials from more than 45 countries and international organizations to discuss emerging trends in nuclear nonproliferation, disarmament, deterrence, and nuclear energy.
President Barack Obama should articulate a narrowed framework for the legitimate use of nuclear weapons that the United States believes would be defensible for others to follow as long as nuclear weapons remain.
Although the Obama administration has pledged to formulate its nuclear policy around the concept of strategic stability, there is major disagreement on the meaning of concept and whether it is a sound basis for policy.
Reducing nuclear risks was a signature issue in President Obama’s first term. However, following a series of successes in 2010, progress has stalled.
As U.S. and Russian arsenals are built down, consideration must be given to multilateral nuclear restraint.
The story of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons development remains in dispute, with a rich literature of colorful and differing accounts.