Envisioning Nuclear Arms Control in Challenging Times
Manpreet Sethi argues that all nuclear-armed countries must commit to policies that reduce the risk of inadvertent nuclear use.
Why is Kishida’s Nuclear Disarmament Policy Out of Focus?
Umebayashi Hiromichi argues that Prime Minister Kishida's actions do not follow his words on nuclear disarmament.
Can the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons Protect Japan?
Toshio Sano argues that adopting the TPNW is currently not a viable option for Japan as it would require letting go of US extended deterrence, compromising its security.
APLN Joins Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy
APLN joins GCNP to promote gender equality and inclusion, reaffirming APLN's commitment to addressing nuclear risks and challenging biases in security debates.
From Minimum to Limited Deterrence: China’s Nuclear build-up and future implications
Amrita Jash analyses the the drivers of China's nuclear build-up, and the implications for countries in the region.
25 Years Since South Asia's Nuclear Tests
As India and Pakistan complete a quarter century as nuclear armed states, 4 scholars examined "where do you see the India-Pakistan nuclear dynamics heading?"
New Senior Research Adviser Joins APLN
APLN warmly welcomes Prof. Michiru Nishida as our Senior Research Adviser.