While the debates surrounding the U.S. Nuclear Posture Review tend to be too rigid, Washington is adapting to the new geopolitical dynamic in Asia.
APLN Senior Associate Fellow John Carlson argues that U.S. ratification of the CTBT is the key to lead others to ratify the treaty and bring it into force.
APLN Executive Director Shata Shetty urges the NWS to make concrete and substantive progress on nuclear disarmament to help restore legitimacy, confidence, and trust in the NPT.
Dr. Jina Kim argues how a long-term cooperative threat reduction and nonproliferation assistance strategy can be implemented with North Korea.
APLN Board Member Angela Woodward discusses the outcomes of the U.N. General Assembly First Committee meeting.
Dr. Jun Bong-geun urges the U.S. and ROK to rapidly restart the denuclearization and peace-building process with the DPRK.
Dr. Nobumasa Akiyama argues that AUKUS is a catalyst for Japan to broaden regional security strategies to include measures to prevent an arms race.
As nuclear dangers rise in the Asia-Pacific, states engaged in a frenzied rush to acquire more capable weapons should instead be prioritizing dialogue.
Dr. Han argues that US withdrawal from Afghanistan should not be a cause for concern among US allies, but rather an opportunity for the US to refocus its attention on its other alliance commitments.
Tanya Ogilvie-White and Tanvi Kulkarni argue for a robust, collaborative security-building approach to constrain the burgeoning missile race.