APLN assesses the potential for an effective Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus program as part of a renewed diplomatic approach to the DPRK.
The final report of the Pandemic-Nuclear-Nexus project which sets out proposals to address future nuclear and other global existential threats is now available in both Korean and Japanese.
The final report of the Pandemic-Nuclear-Nexus project sets out proposals to address future nuclear and other global existential threats.
Current nuclear weapon “modernization” plans are contrary to the obligation under the NPT. They also open up a divergence between where we are now, and where we want to go.
The Summit between the leaders of the U.S. and the DPRK was regarded as an extremely positive development in dissolving tensions surrounding the Korean Peninsula.
A three-day dialogue on nuclear policy and the prospects for nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Peter Hayes and Binoy Kampmark assess deliberations between policymakers, analysts and experts on a future nuclear-free Korean Peninsula at the KNDA (SEOUL).
The ongoing North Korean nuclear development crisis and the implications of the Ban Treaty for the future of the global nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament regime.
North Korean nuclear issues, the effectiveness of the NPT, East Asia and the nuclear umbrella and other regional and global non-proliferation initiatives are discussed in this meeting.
The APLN convened in Jeju against looming nuclear threats, heightened levels of regional uncertainty, and the draft publication of a UN convention to prohibit the acquisition of nuclear weapons.