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The Future Just Ain’t What it Used to Be: Emerging Trends and their Impact On the Future of Nuclear Weapons Policy and International Security

Putin’s apparent willingness to introduce nuclear weapons in a non-nuclear war is a watershed moment with implications beyond Europe and the West. In this article, Rishi Paul looks to Russia’s recent behaviour as a lens to understand what the future might hold in store, and draw out the potential implications for international security.

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The Potential for Developing Shared Nuclear Responsibilities in an Unstable South Asian Nuclear Relationship

In the third of our special pieces on the potential of reframing the nuclear debate in the Asia-Pacific by focusing on the nuclear responsibilities of states, Nidaa Shahid highlights the importance of developing better lines of communication between India and Pakistan, especially in times of crisis.