A minimum-yield threshold treaty

Griffith Asia Institute
Published
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.

US Extended Nuclear Assurance: Hiding in plain sight

Griffith Asia Institute
Published
“There’s been a resurgence of interest in recent years among Australian academics in the issue of US extended nuclear assurance to its Asian allies in general and to Australia in particular. I’ve written on this issue, but so too have Andrew O’Neill, Stephan Fruehling, Ron Huisken, and Richard Tanter, to name just some of the […]