nuclear weapons

US looks for nuclear weapons it can actually us

Not many Australian academics convince a US president to adopt a less dangerous nuclear weapons strategy. Yet this is what the former US President Jimmy Carter credits Des Ball with doing.

Asia-Pacific: The New Nuclear Fault Line?

Benjamin Zala, ‘Asia-Pacific: The New Nuclear Fault Line?’, Security Challenges, 3(1) 2007: 9-15.

2015 John Gee Memorial Lecture - Watch the full video

Chaired by ANU Chancellor Professor Gareth Evans, the 2015 John Gee Memorial Lecture was delivered by DFAT Secretary Mr Peter N Varghese AO, who spoke about the critical work of arms control in the 21st century.

2015 John Gee Memorial Lecture: Australia and the challenge of weapons of mass destruction

For a hundred years, humans have had the capacity to attack each other with devastating chemical weapons.


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