Fan Jishe, Professor, the Central Party School of Communist Party of China
Mar 27, 2014
One country leading the charge in ensuring nuclear security is China, as seen in President Xi Jinping’s speech at The Hague Nuclear Security Summit. Per President Xi’s speech, all countries need to fulfill their obligations regarding nuclear security domestically and internationally. In this respect, China’s “equal emphasis” approach provides a model for the conduct of states regarding nuclear security.
Oct 05, 2013
The radiation leaks in Fukushima threatens not only the safety of Japanese citizens but that of participants, spectators and visitors coming to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Should the US take a role as the inspector of Japan’s nuclear facilities ahead of the Olympic Games?
James Acton, Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Apr 23, 2013
Escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula have put a renewed focus on nuclear threats. After the release last week of a Chinese white paper on defense, James Acton draws our attention the omission of China’s no-first-use policy and explains how this newly articulated position impacts the country’s nuclear policy.
Yao Yunzhu, Retired Major General, Chinese People’s Liberation Army
Apr 22, 2013
For nearly half a century, China’s No-First-Use pledge has served as the cornerstone of its nuclear policy, writes Major General Yao Yunzhu. It is better for China to uphold its NFU policy, rather than discredit such a commitment.
Gu Guoliang, Director at China Academy of Social Science
Jan 14, 2013
As President Obama enters his second term, there have been discussions and policy recommendations in the United States on the Obama administration’s next