The Korea Times Column

A dedicated Korea Times column with analysis by APLN network members and experts.

    U.S.-Iran Brinkmanship Threatens Regional Stability, Nuclear Order
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    U.S.-Iran Brinkmanship Threatens Regional Stability, Nuclear Order

    29 Jan 2020 | Rakesh SOOD

    Rakesh Sood discusses how the US-Iran brinkmanship not only destabilizes West Asia but also jeopardizes the nuclear nonproliferation order as the JCPOA heads towards an untimely demise.

    Frontal Breakthrough and Chairman Kim’s Perilous Odyssey
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    Frontal Breakthrough and Chairman Kim’s Perilous Odyssey

    8 Jan 2020 | MOON Chung-in

    Moon Chung-in addresses the question of what went wrong between Washington and Pyongyang and provides recommendations on how to break through the current impasse.

    Nuclear-Arming Japan, South Korea: Is It Feasible and Desirable?
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    Nuclear-Arming Japan, South Korea: Is It Feasible and Desirable?

    25 Dec 2019 | ABE Nobuyasu

    Nobuyasu Abe asserts that it would be feasible but not desirable for South Korea and Japan to become nuclear-armed, and urges both countries to think of other ways to maintain their national security.

    Global Nuclear Disarmament: Don’t Abandon the Dream
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    Global Nuclear Disarmament: Don’t Abandon the Dream

    6 Nov 2019 | Gareth EVANS

    Gareth Evans encourages proponents of nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament to utilize the power of emotion and reason, unite around a realistic disarmament agenda, and stay optimistic.

    Four Contentious Nuclear Issues
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    Four Contentious Nuclear Issues

    15 Oct 2019 | JUN Bong-geun

    Jun Bong-geun identifies four contentious nuclear issues to be negotiated and agreed upon when creating a new US-DPRK nuclear agreement.

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