Asia’s Nuclear Future
By Cheryl Rofer
Even in today’s unsettled environment, the prospects for additional states to develop nuclear weapons are low. But if there is a next nuclear power, it’ll be found in Asia.
Can India Revive Its Quest for Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership?
By Moksh Suri
Although China still presents an obstacle, India’s current G-20 presidency should be leveraged by policymakers to restart NSG membership talks.
Sino-Indian Nuclear Rivalry: Glacially Declassified
By Jayita Sarkar
Official documents from a 1966 Air India crash on Mont Blanc could shed light on a key time in India's modern history.
Why India’s ICBM Tests Rile China
By Arun Sahgal
The reason behind China's fierce reaction to India's recent missile tests.
The Growing India-Pakistan-China Nuclear Rivalry
By Francis P. Sempa
A U.S. Army War College report outlines India's changing nuclear strategy in the face of geopolitical rivalries.
Pakistan, India, and the NSG: A Curious Case of Norms and Discrimination
By Sobia Paracha and Christine Leah
"The international nonproliferation regime has survived on pragmatism, discrimination, and a quantum of morality."
Pakistan: Lessons from the India-US Nuclear Deal
By Saira Bano
The road to civilian nuclear cooperation begins in Islamabad.
India and the Nuclear Suppliers Group
By Malik Ayub Sumbal
Why Pakistan is unhappy at U.S. support for India’s bid to join the NSG.
Tracking India’s Imported Uranium
By Mark Hibbs
Uranium suppliers should insist that India adhere to international standards for information sharing.