The Third Nuclear Age in Southeast Asia
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The Third Nuclear Age in Southeast Asia

17 May 2024 | Andrew FUTTER and Felicia YUWONO

Andrew Futter and Felicia Yuwono share insights on what moving into the "Third Nuclear Age" means for Southeast Asia.

Events

[Report Launch] What Should Be Done? Practical Policies to Prevent Nuclear Catastrophe | ...
UPCOMING EVENTS

[Report Launch] What Should Be Done? Practical Policies to Prevent Nuclear Catastrophe | ...

12 Apr 2024 | APLN

Join us for the launch of our new report, What Should Be Done? Practical Policies to Prevent Nuclear Catastrophe, written by Van Jackson.

Events

[Report Launch] How the Asia-Pacific Perceives Strategic Risks: Implications for Policy ...
UPCOMING EVENTS

[Report Launch] How the Asia-Pacific Perceives Strategic Risks: Implications for Policy ...

16 May 2024 | APLN

Join us for the launch of our new report, Perceptions of escalation risks: Implications for policy coordination in the Asia-Pacific.

Analysis

US-China Rivalry in Asia-Pacific: Dimensions and Implications
THE KOREA TIMES COLUMN

US-China Rivalry in Asia-Pacific: Dimensions and Implications

8 May 2024 | Rabia AKHTAR

Rabia Akhtar explores the multifaceted US-China rivalry and its implications for the Asia-Pacific geopolitical landscape.

Projects

Advancing Regional Stability in an Era of Geopolitical Competition and Tension: The Role ...
ASIA DIALOGUE ON CHINA-US RELATIONS

Advancing Regional Stability in an Era of Geopolitical Competition and Tension: The Role ...

12 Apr 2024 | Sandra TARTE

Sandra Tarte explains Fiji's Pacific Zone of Peace concept and makes an argument that it should be a major part of Fiji's foreign policy agenda.

Projects

What Should Be Done? Practical Policies to Prevent Nuclear Catastrophe
NUCLEAR WEAPON USE RISK REDUCTION

What Should Be Done? Practical Policies to Prevent Nuclear Catastrophe

29 Mar 2024 | Van JACKSON

Van Jackson determines that Northeast Asia is a site of "nuclear precarity" and offers practical policy recommendations for avoiding nuclear escalation.

Analysis

South Korea’s Dangerous Sense of Isolation
THE KOREA TIMES COLUMN

South Korea’s Dangerous Sense of Isolation

17 Apr 2024 | Tanya OGILVIE-WHITE

Tanya Ogilvie-White argues that South Korea is becoming increasingly isolated from its regional security partners in the way that it views the threat from North Korea.

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