Since the 1970s, South Korea has been a signatory of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). It officially became a denuclearized country after the United States removed all its nuclear weapons in 1991.  Under the international treaty, ...

The debate surrounding nuclear energy is as old as the technology itself: is it the sustainable solution to energy deficits and climate change, or is it dangerous and harmful to our wellbeing in the long run?  This conversation has followed ...

As the Ukraine War drags on, Russian President Vladimir Putin has ominously warned that Russia may shift its nuclear policy to a first-strike strategy rather than a defensive one, effectively introducing a nuclear threat into the conflict.  This threat of ...

Since World War II, U.S. nuclear weapons have served as deterrents of conventional attacks against the United States and its allies.  Accordingly, the United States has long maintained a strategic position in favor of nuclear first-use in its international policies. ...

North Korea began the development of its nuclear program in the 1950s, and its first nuclear facility was built in the early 1980s. In December 1985, it signed the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT), which is seen as fundamental to the ...

A “normal” American family may seem like the least likely framework for discussions about the politics of potential nuclear war.  The narrative choice of such a family, however, is clear once audiences are made aware that this “family” is merely ...

“Japan and the United States are currently facing the most challenging and complex security environment in recent history,” Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told U.S. President Joe Biden at the Oval Office on Jan. 13.  In 2022, North Korea launched ...

This article was originally published in US-China Today; Glimpse from the Globe does not claim unique ownership of this article and its content.  “100% sustainable.”  Not the words one would typically associate with the Olympics, of all things, but it ...

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) poses a serious security threat to the United States, its allies and partners as the DPRK has launched more missile tests this year than any year previously. These continuous irrational actions have pushed ...

Background As per the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NFT) of 1970, there are five designated nuclear weapon states — the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France and China — who also serve as the five permanent ...