Nonproliferation Review • 26.5/6

Volume 26 • Numbers 5/6


Joshua H. Pollack and Rhianna Tyson Kreger

In Memoriam: Roland Timerbaev

William H. Potter



David M. Allison and Stephen Herzog

SPECIAL SECTION: The shifting South Asian nuclear landscape

Introduction to the special section
Sumit Ganguly

India’s nuclear counter-revolution: nuclear learning and the future of deterrence
Frank O’Donnell

Acrimony, asymmetry, and the Sino-Indian nuclear relationship
Susan Haynes

Pakistan’s nuclear future: continued dependence on asymmetric escalation
Diana Wueger

India’s emerging space assets and nuclear-weapons capabilities
Rajeswari Rajagopalan

Samudra: India’s convoluted path to undersea nuclear weapons
Yogesh Joshi


Meeting the growing safeguards burden
Ian Stewart and Noah Mayhew

Becoming a disarmament champion: the Austrian crusade against nuclear weapons
Emmanuelle Maître and Pauline Lévy

“The major prize”: apartheid South Africa’s accession to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, 1988–91
Robin Möser

Controlling Novichok after Salisbury: revising the Chemical Weapons Convention schedules (Open Access through December 2019)
Stefano Costanzi and Gregory D. Koblentz

Chinese views of the nuclear endgame in North Korea
Covell Meyskens


Chemical-weapon use in Syria: atrocities, attribution, and accountability
Gregory D. Koblentz

First steps to initiate a cooperative denuclearization effort with North Korea
William Moon


Cross-domain Deterrence: Strategy in an Era of Complexity
Edited by Jon R. Lindsay and Erik Gartzke
Reviewed by Andrew Futter

China and Global Nuclear Order: From Estrangement to Active Engagement
Nicola Horsburgh
Reviewed by James J. Wirtz

Armageddon Insurance: Civil Defense in the United States and Soviet Union, 1945–1991
Edward M. Geist
Reviewed by Martin Pfeiffer