Eunjung Lim argues that the UK HoC Foreign Affairs Committee's proposal to include ROK and Japan in the AUKUS partnership should be considered, with caveats.
Natalie Sambhi discusses the evolving relationship between Indonesia and AUKUS, two years after its launch.
Manpreet Sethi draws on APLN members' thoughts on how to prevent another atomic bombing and the urgent need for nuclear education.
In the midst of challenges facing the upcoming NPT PrepCom, Manpreet Sethi highlights recommendations made by the International Group of Eminent Persons for a World without Nuclear Weapons (IGEP) to ...
Jayantha Dhanapala, a distinguished Sri Lankan diplomat and international civil servant, left behind a vast legacy in the field of nuclear non-proliferation.
Umebayashi Hiromichi argues that Prime Minister Kishida's actions do not follow his words on nuclear disarmament.
Amit Sharma argues that great power competition is making peace in Ukraine elusive.
Jina Kim assesses whether the establishment of the US-ROK Nuclear Consultative Group will bring any qualitative change to the alliance.
Salma Shaheen breaks down North Korea's new nuclear weapons use law and shows how the law dangerously escalates tensions.
Gareth Evans warns that the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists to move the hands of its famous Doomsday Clock is a wake-up call.