Weekly Report

The Nautilus Peace and Security Network (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.

The Weekly Report succinctly presents six items each week that we believe every reader should know about these fields.

Weekly Report

Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 29 October 2015

DETERRENCE: Atomic amnesia: photographs and nuclear memory
GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Tokyo sidesteps elected officials in Okinawa, offers direct subsidies to Nago district
AUSTRAL PEACE AND SECURITY: Introduction to Rebecca Gordon, How the U.S. created Middle East mayhem

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 22 October 2015

Deterrence: DoD exercise simulates home-grown terrorists
Governance: Sino-Japan tensions rise over China’s Nanjing Massacre memory application

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network 15 October 2015

Deterrence: A frightening thought: China erodes America’s submarine advantage
Governance: In S. Korea, historical distortions Abe could only dream of
Austral Peace and Security: We should bomb Syria because…? (part 2)

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 9 October 2015

Deterrence: Russia successfully test fires topol missile
Governance: China labor rights: Factory workers protest in Hong Kong, amid restrictions on mainland
Climate Change and Security: Dutch government ordered to cut back emissions in landmark court ruling

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 1 October 2015

Deterrence: Revealed: Russia’s ambitious new ICBM early warning system
Governance: Democracy takes shape through street protests over security bills, says leading scholar

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 25 September 2015

DETERRENCE: Obama to host Washington summit on nuclear proliferation
DPRK: Reforming North Korea: Law, politics, and the market economy
GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Can South Korea lead nuclear cooperation in northeast Asia?

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 17 September 2015

DETERRENCE: Obama to host Washington summit on nuclear proliferation
DPRK: Reforming North Korea: Law, politics, and the market economy
GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Can South Korea lead nuclear cooperation in northeast Asia?

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 10 September 2015

DETERRENCE: Anxiety rises over Abe omitting non-nuclear principles from Hiroshima speech
DPRK: North Korea’s digital transformation: Implications for North Korea policy
GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Japan’s nuclear gypsies: The homeless, jobless and Fukushima

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Nautilus Peace and Security – 3 September 2015

DETERRENCE: Obama pledged to reduce nuclear arsenal, then came this weapon
DPRK: Unprecedented nuclear strikes of the invincible army
GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: China explosions: Tianjin residents hold protests
AUSTRAL PEACE AND SECURITY: Turning back the clock on UNCLOS

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 28 August 2015

DETERRENCE: No third use: an interview with Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue
DPRK: Full text of inter-Korean agreement: KCNA
GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Ten years later, contamination still plagues Maehyang Village
CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: The coming financial climate: Aligning the financial system with sustainable development
AUSTRAL PEACE AND SECURITY: America invites Australia to bomb Arabs in Syria

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