Blue Peter: Australia’s opposition to a ban on nuclear weapons

by Tim Wright, contributing author December 1, 2015 NAPSNet Blue Peter Tim Wright is Asia-Pacific di ...

Policy Forum: North Korean Power and Kim Jong Un’s Smaller H-Bomb

NAPSNet Policy Forum By Peter Hayes and Roger Cavazos Jan 12, 2016 I. Introduction In this essay, Ha ...

Special Reports: US signals intelligence (SIGINT) activities in Japan 1945 – 2015: A Visual Guide

US signals intelligence (SIGINT) activities in Japan 1945 – 2015: A Visual Guide Desmond Ball and ...

Special Reports

US signals intelligence (SIGINT) activities i...

December 23, 2015

US signals intelligence (SIGINT) activities in Japan 1945 – 2015: A Visual Guide Desmond Ball and Richard Tanter 23 December 2015 Full report available here [6...

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Policy Forum

North Korean Power and Kim Jong Un’s Smalle...

January 12, 2016

NAPSNet Policy Forum By Peter Hayes and Roger Cavazos Jan 12, 2016 I. Introduction In this essay, Hayes and Cavazos articulate the strategic connections between K...

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Blue Peter

Australia’s opposition to a ban on nuclear ...

December 1, 2015

by Tim Wright, contributing author December 1, 2015 NAPSNet Blue Peter Tim Wright is Asia-Pacific director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapon...

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About Nautilus

Our mission: WE HOLD THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO BUILD PEACE, CREATE SECURITY, AND RESTORE SUSTAINABILITY FOR ALL PEOPLE IN OUR TIME.

Since its founding in Berkeley, California in 1992, the Nautilus Institute has evolved into a thriving public policy think-tank and community resource. Along the way it has addressed critical security and sustainability issues such as the United States nuclear policy in Korea and the effect of the U.S.-China relationship on environmental insecurity. The Institute has built a reputation not only for innovative research and analysis of critical global problems, it also translates ideas into practical solutions, often with high impact.

The Institute convenes a community of scholars and practitioners who conduct research on strategies to solve interconnected global problems. Our Associates and Partners are located in Asia, North America, Europe, Australia and India. With our network of partner organizations and associates, we develop and apply these strategies to the linked threats of nuclear war, urban and energy insecurity, and climate change in the Asia Pacific region.

Nautilus encourages civil society to strengthen regional governance of these common problems and shared solutions.

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Nuclear boom? Ft. Peter Hayes, Executive Director, Nautilus Institute for Security & Sustainability

The US and North Korea have been signaling a willingness to restart negotiations. But despite their professions of goodwill, great differences remain in their positions on Pyongyang’s nuclear arsenal and the goal of the negotiations. Could the ...

French spying agency tapping Australia’s communications

Melbourne University intelligence expert and research fellow at the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability Richard Tanter said the latest French revelations were part of a broader picture, largely revealed by Snowden as well as disclosure ...

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