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 – 30 January 2014

  • DETERRENCE: Assessment of nuclear monitoring and verification technologies
  • DPRK: Korean crisis prompts confrontation with China
  • ENERGY SECURITY: Environmental groups say Obama needs to address climate change more aggressively
  • GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Abe’s shrine visit blew Japan-S. Korea efforts for summit sky-high
  • CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Policy and institutions in adaptation to climate change: case study on flood mitigation infrastructure in India and Nepal
  • CLIMATE CHANGE AND SECURITY: Global Risks 2014
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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 23 January 2014

  • DETERRENCE: Rebalancing the US Army Towards Asia
  • DPRK: US expert questions ‘provocation-negotiation-reward’ cycle of N. Korea
  • ENERGY SECURITY: China exports pollution to US, study finds
  • GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Xinhua insight: Memorial for Korean who fought Japanese colonization
  • CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: China’s policies and actions for addressing climate change
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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 16 January 2014

  • DETERRENCE: Unmanned systems integrated roadmap, FY2013-2038
  • DPRK: China and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and missiles: policy issues
  • ENERGY SECURITY: Energy for centuries: Is methane hydrate the energy source of the future?
  • GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Japan delays energy plans amid public concern regarding nuclear power
  • CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: The new normal: A Hong Kong business primer on climate change adaptation
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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 9 January 2014

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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 2 January 2014

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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 19 December 2013

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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 12 December 2013

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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 5 December 2013

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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 28 November 2013

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    Nautilus Peace and Security Weekly – 21 November 2013

    • DETERRENCE: Work of the Advisory Board on Disarmament Matters
    • DPRK: U.S. to hold more talks on North Korea with East Asian States
    • ENERGY SECURITY: Slowdown in carbon emissions worldwide, but coal burning continues to grow
    • GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: With visits to all 10 ASEAN nations, Abe’s China containment strategy complete
    • CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Cameron links typhoon Haiyan to climate change
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