APLN Policy Fellow Joel Ivre Petersson examines South Korea's quest for nuclear submarine and the risk of undermining the non-proliferation norm in the Asia Pacific, as a fallout of the AUKUS deal.
Mely Caballero-Anthony argues that AUKUS may undermine ASEAN states’s approach to an inclusive and stable order, as well as heightening nuclear security risks and major power rivalry in the region.
In this series analysing the new Australia-UK-US (AUKUS) deal, Allan Behm explains the implications on China, Russia, DPRK and other nuclear-armed states, as well as knock-on effects on Japan and ROK.
As part of the new APLN series analysing the new Australia-UK-US (AUKUS) deal, APLN member John Carlson delineates the non-proliferations aspects of the deal.
In the first of a series of analyses on the new Australia-UK-US (AUKUS) deal, Gareth Evans argues that the new AUKUS Nuclear-Powered Submarine Deal is no cause for concern.
Dr Tanya Ogilvie-White discusses the significance of the UNIDIR dialogue on nuclear disarmament, deterrence and strategic arms control.
Chris Gowe recognizes the barriers to Chinese engagement and advocates for an informal dialogue-based approach that builds towards a multi-domain trilateral framework in the long term.
James Goodby and Markku Heiskanen advocate building a multilateral mechanism to address security challenges in Northeast Asia.
Dr. Igor Istomin examines the extension of a recent treaty and Russian and Chinese incentives to deepen their their cooperation.
Marina Favaro uses machine learning to identify the emerging technologies that are most likely to escalate a crisis past the nuclear threshold.