Brian Nichiporuk assesses long-term implications of COVID19 in East Asia, examining impacts on labor markets, mass migration scenarios, and the effect on regional militaries.
Pandemics have occurred throughout human history and appear to be increasing because of viral diseases from animals, with health, economic, gender, social and political impacts.
Michael Hamel-Green proposes a phased establishment of a regional Northeast Asian NWFZ negotiated in tandem with a regional comprehensive security agreement.
Allan Behm argues that Trump’s mercurial approach highlights the fiction of extended nuclear deterrence and a COVID-19 world demands a reinvestment in diplomacy by all nations.
Dr Masao Tomonaga argues that -- as a Hibakusha, a medical professional, and as a citizen of Nagasaki -- more must be done to rid the world of these weapons.
Leon Sigal assesses potential nuclear policy outcomes from the US election and of the nuclear order in the post-pandemic world.
G.D. Hess assesses the two major studies on climatic impact of a regional war between India and Pakistan and the different assumptions that lead to the two different conclusions.
David Von Hippel summarizes the history of what is known about uranium mining in the DPRK and suggests methods for refining the estimates.
John Carlson discusses a Verification Program for the DPRK Nuclear Disarmament and ROK's participation in it.
Ambassador Thomas Graham examines the limits of an inter-Korean denuclearization agreement as a basis for North Korean nuclear disarmament.