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 Weekly – 7 August

DETERRENCE: Simulating War Might Be the Best Way to Prevent One ENERGY SECURITY: Why the US Needs to Lift the Ban on Oil Exports GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Environmental Repair Emerges as an Industry in China CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: The 2014 Quadrennial Homeland Security Review CLIMATE CHANGE AND SECURITY: Climate change 2014: House Bills Would Make it Harder to Fight the […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 24 July

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Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 17 July

DETERRENCE: Russian Drills Aim at Potential Nuclear Disaster Response – Ministry DPRK: S. Korea to Provide 3 Billion Won in Aid to N. Korea ENERGY SECURITY: The Big Green Test – Conservatives and Climate Change GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Pathways to Deep Decarbonisation: Interim 2014 Report CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: A Geospatial Dataset for U.S. Hurricane Storm Surge and Sea-level Rise […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 10 July

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Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 3 July

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Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 26 June

DETERRENCE: How the Army Should Pivot to Asia GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Japanese Report on the Kono Statement Draws Ire from Seoul CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Location Security and Environmental-Induced Displacement: A Case Study of the Riverine Islands in Bangladesh ENERGY SECURITY: Obama on Obama on Climate AUSTRAL PEACE AND SECURITY: Australia-US Defence Deal: What it Means DETERRENCE: How the Army Should […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 19 June

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Nautilus Peace and Security – 12 June

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NAPSNet Weekly – 6 June 2014


UntitledDETERRENCE: Oral History, Lt. Gen. John Cushman, US Army Retired, (Volume II, V)

As Commander of the US-ROK I Corps from 1976-78, Gen. John Cushman concluded that US-ROK artillery and rocket units could not gather intelligence, select targets, control nuclear fires, and coordinate nuclear strikes with maneuver units, and would not pass audit.  His overriding aim was to defend his sector without being forced to consider nuclear war. (vol. V, 22-7) [PDF, 2.7MB]

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NAPSNet Weekly – 29 May 2014

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