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Global Outlook: Cooperative Security, Arms Control and Disarmament

Nuclear Peril, No Clue In Sight

By Masakatsu Ota  |  20 November, 2023

Dialogue between experts in addition to intergovernmental consultations between the U.S. and China will increase the influence of Chinese private experts and lead to China's policy formulation with more checks and balances.

Three Scorpions in a Bottle? Disturbing Movements at Nuclear Test Sites in Russia, China and US

By Masakatsu Ota  |  16 November, 2023

Evidence of disturbing movements at nuclear test sites in Russia, China and the US is concerning leading experts.

India's Balancing Act: 'Limited Liability Partnership'

By Herbert Wulf  |  31 October, 2023

The Indian government has, in contrast to many governments of the Global South, assured Israel of its full solidarity following the Hamas terrorist attack. The reaction after the start of Russia's war against Ukraine was quite different. The history of India-Russia and India-Israel relations illustrates why.

Nuclear Disarmament and UN Reforms

By Ramesh Thakur  |  19 October, 2023

It would be false to claim that a UN-negotiated treaty, following a UN-authorised process and conference, has no implications for the legality and legitimacy of nuclear-weapon possession and practices.

Director's Statement: The Hamas-Israel Conflict

By Kevin P. Clements  |  13 October, 2023

A statement from Toda Peace Institute Director, Kevin P. Clements, on the Hamas-Israel conflict.

India-Pakistan Cricket is Downstream of Politics

By Ramesh Thakur  |  09 October, 2023

In the early afternoon of 14 October, India and Pakistan will play their first cricket match in many a year on the soil of either country. It's a passion that unites the two peoples.

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