Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability

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The Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability is a public policy think tank founded in 1992.[1] The Institute convenes scholars and practitioners who conduct research to address interconnected global problems such as threats of nuclear war, urban and energy insecurity, and climate change in the Asia Pacific region.[1]

The Institute has been mentioned in stories in media such as the Financial Times,[2] Foreign Policy,[3] Radio Australia, and others.[4]

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  1. ^ a b About Nautilus (History) (page on Institute website) (accessed 20 May 2012)
  2. ^ Mobile phones help weaken N Korea’s isolation, Financial Times, Christian Oliver and Kang Buseong, 1 May 2012 (accessed 20 May 2012)
  3. ^ North Korea: Please turn off your cell phone… or else, Foreign Policy, Kedar Pavgi, 27 January 2012 (accessed 20 May 2012)
  4. ^ Nautilus Institute in the News 2012 (page on Institute website) (accessed 20 May 2012)

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