The United States: An Increasingly Incidental Provider of Regional Stability in the Asia-Pacific?
ASIA DIALOGUE ON CHINA-US RELATIONS

The United States: An Increasingly Incidental Provider of Regional Stability in the Asia-Pacific?

20 Jun 2024 | Piper CAMPBELL

Piper Campbell provides recommendations on how the United States and countries of Southeast Asia can pursue regional stability in a changing security environment.

Analysis

We Must Act to Reduce Risk of Nuclear War
THE KOREA TIMES COLUMN

We Must Act to Reduce Risk of Nuclear War

20 Jun 2024 | John CARLSON

John Carlson argues that immediate action towards nuclear disarmament is crucial to prevent catastrophic consequences and uphold international law.

Analysis

South Korea’s Strategic Autonomy: Maintaining Regional Stability Amid US-China Competition
SPECIAL REPORTS

South Korea’s Strategic Autonomy: Maintaining Regional Stability Amid US-China Competition

31 May 2024 | Joon Hyung KIM

Joon Hyung Kim analyses the South Korean foreign policy debate and argues that South Korea must adopt a proactive foreign policy based on strategic autonomy.

Projects

Navigating Nuclear Legacies, Climate Change, and Geopolitics in the Pacific Islands
VOICES FROM PACIFIC ISLAND COUNTRIES

Navigating Nuclear Legacies, Climate Change, and Geopolitics in the Pacific Islands

12 Jun 2024 | Tanvi KULKARNI and Elaine NATALIE

Tanvi Kulkarni and Elaine Natalie highlight the Pacific Islands' struggle with existential threats from nuclear tests, climate change, and geopolitical tensions.

Projects

Strengthening a Nuclear-Free Pacific Region
VOICES FROM PACIFIC ISLAND COUNTRIES

Strengthening a Nuclear-Free Pacific Region

6 Jun 2024 | Vijay NAIDU

Vijay Naidu argues that the South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty is under threat from the US-China geostrategic competition.

Analysis

Asia-Pacific Flashpoints: Comparing Australian, Japanese, South Korean & UK perceptions
SPECIAL REPORTS

Asia-Pacific Flashpoints: Comparing Australian, Japanese, South Korean & UK perceptions

29 May 2024 | Joel PETERSSON IVRE, Tanya OGILVIE-WHITE, Rishi PAUL, Alice SALTINI and Oliver MEIER

This joint APLN-ELN report explores differing risk perceptions towards China and North Korea as potential obstacles to policy coordination between Australia, Japan, South Korea, and the UK.

Projects

East Asia’s Alliance Dilemma: Public Perceptions of the Competing Risks of Extended ...
NUCLEAR WEAPON USE RISK REDUCTION

East Asia’s Alliance Dilemma: Public Perceptions of the Competing Risks of Extended ...

6 Jun 2024 | Lauren SUKIN and Woohyeok SEO

Lauren Sukin and Woohyeok Seo use surveys conducted in Australia, ROK, Japan, Taiwan, and Indonesia to explore trends in nuclear attitudes.

Member Activities

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