International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament
THE PULSE

International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament

23 May 2022 | Sadia TASLEEM, SHIOMURA Ayaka and Angela WOODWARD

We celebrate International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament by asking APLN members Sadia Tasleem, Ayaka Shiomura, and Angela Woodward what can be done to promote opportunities for women in the security field.

Analysis

The Need for Diversity of Gender Perspectives on Matters of Security and Peace
COMMENTARIES

The Need for Diversity of Gender Perspectives on Matters of Security and Peace

24 May 2022 | Manpreet SETHI

To mark Int'l Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament, Manpreet Sethi writes on the need for greater diversity in gender perspectives on matters of security and peace.

Analysis

The Russia-Ukraine War and North Korea: South Korean and Allied Responses
POLICY BRIEFS

The Russia-Ukraine War and North Korea: South Korean and Allied Responses

20 May 2022 | KIM Jina

Jina Kim, Professor at Hankuk University for Foreign Studies, critically reviews established narratives on the influence of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on the DPRK. The policy brief argues that ...

Analysis

Peace and Security Hopes for New ROK Administration
THE KOREA TIMES COLUMN

Peace and Security Hopes for New ROK Administration

12 May 2022 | Gareth EVANS

In a letter President Yoon Seok-youl, Gareth Evans offers five suggestions on approaching the security challenges of South Korea during his term.

Analysis

Revisiting Reprocessing in South Korea
POLICY BRIEFS

Revisiting Reprocessing in South Korea

6 May 2022 | Joel PETERSSON IVRE

Joel Petersson Ivre, policy fellow at APLN, offers recommendations to the incoming South Korean government on nuclear policy.

Projects

[Special Report] Political Mobilization For CTR Plus: Lessons Learned From CTR
COOPERATIVE THREAT REDUCTION PLUS DPRK

[Special Report] Political Mobilization For CTR Plus: Lessons Learned From CTR

3 May 2022 | Susan KOCH

Dr. Susan Koch writes on political mobilization for a Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus (CTR Plus) initiative with the DPRK.

Analysis

An Accidental Missile Launch and a Lesson for Indian Communications
COMMENTARIES

An Accidental Missile Launch and a Lesson for Indian Communications

29 Apr 2022 | Ruhee NEOG

Ruhee Neog provides three lessons on language, timeliness, and narrative control for Indian official communication.

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