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 – 9 April 2015

DETERRENCE: U.S. unease about nuclear-weapons fuel takes aim at a South African vault DPRK: The future of North Korean nuclear delivery system GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: North Korean defectors in South Korea leave detention center misinformed, says report CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Urban climate change resilience in action: lessons from projects in 10 ACCCRN cities DETERRENCE: U.S. unease about nuclear-weapons […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 2 April 2015

DETERRENCE: How US Special Forces uses Google Maps DPRK: China rejects North Korea request to join Asian Infrastructure Bank GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: The new Asian bank and a new world order CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: A conflict-sensitive approach to climate change mitigation and adaptation in the urbanizing Asia- Pacific CLIMATE CHANGE AND SECURITY: My country or my planet? Exploring the influence of multiple place […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 26 March 2015

DETERRENCE: Ballistic missile defense and strategic stability in East Asia DPRK: What do the recent Japan, China, South Korea talks mean? GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: China’s “Silent Spring” moment? CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Planning for cooler cities: a framework to prioritise green infrastructure to mitigate high temperatures in urban landscapes AUSTRAL AND SECURITY: A foreign policy realist and dissenter DETERRENCE: Ballistic missile […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 19 March 2015

DETERRENCE: Triangular nuclear competitions DPRK: Where’s that North Korean ICBM everyone was talking about? GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: The Fukushima disaster wasn’t disastrous because of the radiation CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Livelihood resilience in the face of climate change CLIMATE CHANGE AND SECURITY: Reflections on climate-conflict research: More confusion than knowledge DETERRENCE: Triangular nuclear competitions, Michael Krepon, Arms Control Wonk (9 […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 12 March 2015

DETERRENCE: Can a Sino-Japanese war be controlled? DPRK: China offers economic incentives in exchange for S. Korea rejecting THAAD: report GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Behind masks, guerilla-style groups scattering leaflets critical of Pres. Park CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Climate-related flood risks and urban responses in the Pearl River Delta AUSTRAL PEACE AND SECURITY: It pains me to say it, but Abbott […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security Network – 5 March 2015

DETERRENCE: N. Korea conducts submarine missile ejection test: sources DPRK: North Korea warns U.S. about pre-emptive strike ‘if necessary’ GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Small step by Tokyo district could be giant leap for LGBT equality CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: My country or my planet? CLIMATE CHANGE AND SECURITY: Climate-chaos migrants set to face increasingly closed borders  DETERRENCE: N. Korea conducts submarine […]

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NAPSNet 26 February 2015

DETERRENCE: Topol, Yars ballistic missile launchers on combat patrol in 6 Russian regions DPRK: North Korea could have 100 nuclear weapons by 2020: U.S. researchers GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: China’s first lawsuit for environmental damage goes to court CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Climate change adaptation assets and group-based approaches  DETERRENCE: Topol, Yars ballistic missile launchers on combat patrol in 6 […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security – 19 February 2015

DETERRENCE: China’s future nuclear force infrastructure: a notional breakout scenario DPRK: The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea outlook for the food supply and demand in 2014/15 GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Electricity supply could be maintained without outdated Wolseong and Kori reactors CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Services and role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in India DETERRENCE: China’s future nuclear […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security – 12 February

DETERRENCE: US-China Need a Missile Launch Notification Deal DPRK: Testing intentions: a debate about U.S. strategy toward North Korea GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: China seizes 7,600 rolls of toilet paper featuring image of Hong Kong leader CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Climate-related flood risks and urban responses in the Pearl River Delta, China CLIMATE CHANGE AND SECURITY: Confusion emerged over contract for 12 […]

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Nautilus Peace and Security – 5 February

DETERRENCE: The security risks of China’s nuclear reprocessing facilities DPRK: North Korea says it sees no need to negotiate with ‘gangster’ U.S. GOVERNANCE AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Gov’t seeks to disband anti-state activist groups CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: Public health adaptation to climate change in Canadian jurisdictions CLIMATE CHANGE AND SECURITY: As Davos meeting closes, climate ‘warning shots’ from Africa and Pacific […]

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