Dr Andrew Selth discusses two developments in the long-running saga of Burma’s reported interest in acquiring weapons of mass destruction in an opinion piece in the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter. Read the full article here.
In an opinion piece for The Strategist, Adjunct Researcher Rod Lyon discusses whether or not low-yield weapons are uniquely dangerous – more likely to be used than their larger siblings, less amenable to positive control by national leaderships, and an invitation to nuclear arms races and escalation ladders. Read the full article here.
Recently Soviet-made missile material has been found under thousands of Cuban sugar bags on board a North Korean vessel in Panama. In an interview with Radio National, Professor Andrew O’Neil provides insight into how and why this has happened. To hear the interview click here.
“When we think of the potential theatres where the use of nuclear weapons is possible in the 21st century, it is difficult to go past Asia as the prime region of risk.” So writes Professor Andrew O’Neil, Director of the Griffith Asia Institute, in the introduction to Asia, the US and Extended Nuclear Deterrence, his […]