Publications

Briefing books, policy forums, special reports, briefing notes and occasional external documents published by Nautilus.

Recommended citation: Author, “Title,” Nautilus Institute, Publication Name (NAPSNet/ADAPTNet): Publication Type (Special Report/Policy Forum), Date.

ADAPTNet – Climate Change Adaptation

AdaptNet (ISSN: 1836-2478) is RMIT University Global Cities Research Institute's Climate Change Adaptation Program network focused on urban climate change adaptation. It is produced in partnership with Nautilus Institute. This decentralized network creates a offers information, analysis, and methodology to undertake urban climate change adaptive policy research and analysis.

Austral Peace and Security – Archives

APSNet was published from September 2005 to December 2010 and provided an overview of news that affected the peace and security in the Austral-Pacific region and that of its Asian neighbours.

Briefing Books

Large bodies of information on the following topics:
  • Korea-Japan Nuclear Weapon Free Zone
  • Australian Forces Abroad
  • Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)
  • Global Nuclear Futures

East Asia Science & Security – Archives

Archives from 2006 and 2007 for the East Asia Science and Security Network (EASSNet). EASSNet delivered timely news and innovative research across a range of issues relating to science and security, including energy security, bio-security, nano-technology, nuclear fuel cycle, missile technology, and information technology, especially within the East Asia region.

FOIA Document Search

Nautilus’ Freedom of Information Act – Global Disclosure Project examines and publishes information on government policy and doctrine in the United States and other countries. The project aspires to increase government accountability and inform the public on high-level government planning, particularly on issues of Nuclear policy. Our FOIA reports develop the existing discourse on current affairs by giving […]

Peter Hayes Publications

Selected security and sustainability publications from Nautilus Institute Executive Director, Peter Hayes.

NAPSNet – Nautilus Peace and Security

NAPSNet is a non-governmental information network launched by the Nautilus Institute in November 1993. NAPSNet covers the key areas of research and policy work of the Nautilus Institute nodes in San Francisco, Melbourne and Seoul, including Austral security, nuclear deterrence, energy security, climate change adaptation, the DPRK, governance and civil society and the links between these themes and the three regions in which our nodes are found—North America, Northeast Asia, and the Austral-Asia region.