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Cristina Varriale is a Research Fellow with in Proliferation and Nuclear Policy at RUSI, where she focuses on North Korea’s WMD... read more
Edited by Luba Zatsepina and Tom Plant
The 2020 UK PONI Papers examine contemporary civil and military nuclear issues and are written by emerging experts from academia, government and industry who presented at the 2019 UK Project on Nuclear Issues (UK PONI) Annual Conference.
The hard work lies ahead in re-engaging with the US in handling Iran.
Although a potential Biden presidency has been explicit about how it wishes to engage with Iran, its choices are far from straightforward.
North Korea’s harsh response to an incident on its border with South Korea may signify a move away from dialogue, as well as cementing the hold of the Kim dynasty.
The Russians appear to be expressing dissatisfaction with the Syrian president. But these are mere rumblings; the Syrian government is consolidating, and Russia is there to stay.
An appeal to reason, logic and intellectual discipline in analysing North Korean affairs
Gill Bennett reviews Armageddon and Paranoia: The Nuclear Confrontation, by Rodric Braithwaite
Part 1 of this two-part series shows how Homs is being rebuilt after years of violence.
Björn Alexander Düben
The nature of North Korea's political system suggests that it might not behave like other nuclear powers.
This roundtable will discuss the current efforts of engagement to reduce and remove North Korea’s nuclear weapons, responses from regional governments and the future of diplomacy.
UK Project on Nuclear Issues will host a one-day introductory workshop covering the basics of nuclear technology for early career professionals.
UK Project on Nuclear Issues (UK PONI) Annual Conference is the premier national forum for the nuclear policy community to consider salient issues in the field and promote the emergence of a new...