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China Has Big Plans for Its Nuclear Energy Industry. But Will They Pan Out?

China is increasingly viewed less as the salvation of the Western nuclear power industry, and more as a competitive threat.

OP #45: The Finger on the Button

Authorizing and executing launch in nuclear-armed states.

Nikita Perfilyev

Will Russia and China Jointly Deter the United States?

VIDEO: Seminar with Nikita Perfilyev, doctoral student at the University of Vienna focusing on the evolution of Russian-Chinese nuclear deterrence relations.

OP#40: Monitoring Uranium Mining and Milling in China and North Korea through Remote Sensing Imagery

OP#40: Monitoring Uranium Mining and Milling in China and North Korea through Remote Sensing Imagery

Monitoring uranium mines and mills from space can provide insight into possible nuclear-weapons proliferation.

Quantum Communications and Chinese SSBN Strategy

China’s quantum lead may have important implications for its SSBN force.

Taiwan’s Export Control System: Overview and Recommendations

OP#32: Taiwan’s Export Control System: Overview and Recommendations

Occasional Paper #32 provides an overview and assessment of Taiwan’s export control program, with a focus on strategic high-tech commodities (SHTC).

North Korean Flags in Pyongyang

What Should China and the US Do About North Korea?

Experts from the US and China give advice on how to best approach North Korea’s advancing missile and nuclear program.

First Atomic Bomb from China

China’s Happy to Sit Out the Nuclear Arms Race

China has figured out low-cost deterrence and the limits of nuclear weapons.

The Eighth US-China Conference on Arms Control, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation

The Eighth US-China Conference on Arms Control, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation

The track 1.5 conference brought together government officials and nongovernmental experts from the United States and China in a productive exchange.

Xi in the US

Xi in the US

There’s a glaring absence on the Xi-Obama agenda this week: nuclear weapons.