The Korea Times Column
APLN publishes the APLN-Korea Times column in cooperation with the oldest daily English newspaper in Korea, featuring analysis by APLN network members and experts.
It's Not Time to Fight, but to Cooperate
Lim Eunjung says it's time for South Korea and Japan to bury the hatchet because that's what the next generation wants.
Ukraine-Russia conflict: Outcome to be settled on the battlefield?
Kasit Piromya says it's time for the international community to press all sides in the Russia-Ukraine war to return to the negotiating table.
2023: Upcoming Crisis for China's Policy Toward the Korean Peninsula
Yun Sun argues that a new nuclear weapons test by North Korea would deliver huge geopolitical consequences for China.
Putting the Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Agenda Back on Track
Marty Natalegawa discusses ways to get global nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament initiatives moving forward again.
Nuclear Norms Under Attack
John Tilemann says North Korea's nuclear test preparations and Russian nuclear saber rattling threaten to unravel the global nuclear security order.
Managing the Crises
Tuya Nyamosor discusses the myriad problems plaguing the world today and whether any progress on nuclear disarmament is possible.
Lessons from Zaporizhzhia for Inter-Korean Nuclear Security Cooperation
In light of Zaporizhzhia, Joel Petersson Ivre and Elaine Natalie propose an inter-Korean agreement on the protection of nuclear facilities.
AUKUS Approach to a Rising China Comes at a Cost
Marianne Hanson calls for the parties involved in AUKUS to take a step back and reconsider their agreement in The Korea Times.
NPT Review Conference Failed to Reach Agreement: Implications for Our Region
Following the collapse of the 10th NPT Review Conference, Carlos D. Sorreta discusses what happened in New York.
Trends and the Necessity of Non-Proliferation Education
In a new column published last week, Yim Man-sung argues that we need to amplify the perspectives of the young generation.