With New Law on Nuclear Forces Policy, North Korea Says Its Nuclear Status Is ‘Irreversible’
By Mitch Shin
A day before the 74th anniversary of the country’s founding, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un vowed to keep strengthening his nuclear power.
North Korea’s Dangerous Turn
By Ankit Panda
Tactical nuclear weapons represent the next, dangerous phase of North Korea’s nuclear modernization.
India’s Nuclear Debate Has Only Just Begun
By Harsh V. Pant
India needs to reassess its nuclear doctrine sooner or later, current debates notwithstanding.
When Would North Korea Look to Use Nuclear Weapons?
By Ankit Panda
An announcement during the Workers' Party Congress keeps the waters muddied on Pyongyang's intentions.
Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Deterrence
By Christine M. Leah
Could tactical nuclear deterrence help prevent conflict in an Asian maritime context?
Is India About to Abandon Its No-First Use Nuclear Doctrine?
By Zachary Keck
The BJP election manifesto suggests that India may soon adopt a more aggressive stance on nuclear weapons.
Evaluating the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit
By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
In this week’s podcast, the U.S. team evaluates the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit and South Asian nuclear security.
New Year, New Problem? Pakistan's Tactical Nukes
Pakistan is developing a new generation of smaller “tactical” nuclear weapons. The dangers and challenges such arms present are very real.