Gareth Evans and Chung-in Moon welcome the 12th June 2018 summit between US President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un of the DPRK.
APLN Vice-Chair Chung-in Moon and Board Member Ramesh Thakur welcome the proposed May Summit between the leaders of the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK).
APLN Members support the ELN statement calling on President Trump and the United States administration to uphold the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
APLN Vice-Chair Chung-in Moon and Board Member Ramesh Thakur express their grave concern at the DPRK’s continued nuclear testing.
Vice-Chair Chung-in Moon and Board Member Ramesh Thakur welcome the historic vote at the United Nations by 122 States Party to the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) to ban the bomb.
APLN Members support the UN-mandated Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, which marks an important milestone in the long campaign to ban nuclear weapons.
The annual meeting of the APLN convened this week in Jeju, ROK, against the backdrop of looming nuclear threats and heightened levels of regional uncertainty.
We welcome the First Committee of the United Nations General Assembly's historic decision to prohibit nuclear weapons as a contribution to global peace.
APLN Co-Convenors deplore North Korea's latest nuclear weapon test and register their deep concern at the further destabilising effects the test will have in Northeast Asia and beyond.
A No First Use policy would have both symbolic value and significant practical implications. Its potential benefits greatly exceed possible downsides.