APLN members and associates worry that the year-old AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine agreement weakens the already fragile non-proliferation regime.
Dr Manpreet Sethi warns that the behaviour of the five nuclear weapons states leaves the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty more fragile than ever.
The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) proposes the establishment of a new Joint Assessment Mechanism to enhance biosafety.
At the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and South Korea, the bilateral relationship faces structural constraints.
John Tilemann discusses two ‘black swan’ events adding new contentious issues to the already overloaded and fraught agenda for the 10th NPT Review Conference.
Having attended the TPNW 1MSP, Akira Kawasaki recaps the ins and outs of the meetings and how the Vienna Action Plan came to be.
Ambassador Rakesh Sood argues that the only way forward for reconciling the NPT and the Ban Treaty, for reducing nuclear risks, is to reinforce the nuclear taboo.
Mely Caballero-Anthony urges the Southeast Asian countries to build on the momentum of the 1MSP and support the TPNW Action Plan.
Nobuyasu Abe offers ways to rebuild nuclear disarmament, arms-control and nonproliferation in context of the war in Ukraine.
Ramesh Thakur discusses how the Ban Treaty could establish a new normative settling point on the ethics, legality and legitimacy of the bomb.