On Friday 2 July from 6.30pm-8.45pm (KST), the APLN co-hosted the second webinars on the Northeast Asian nuclear domino, this time from a Japanese perspective.
APLN co-hosted five special online sessions on China-US rivalry, the pandemic-nuclear-nexus, nuclear hotlines, the DPRK quagmire, and emerging technologies.
On 14 May 2021, APLN co-hosted a seminar on "Assessing Northeast Asia Nuclear Domino: North Korean Nuclear Threat and South Korean Responses."
On May 22nd, 2021, The New Zealand Centre for Global Studies (NZCGS) will be hosting No First Use of Nuclear Weapons: Asia-Pacific Perspectives exploring whether relatively modest measures.
On February 15th, 2020, the APLN held an internship completion event to commemorate the end of the fall internship programs.
APLN signed an MOU with the Korea National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Korea Institute of Nuclear Non-proliferation and Control (KINAC).
The Pandemic Futures and Nuclear Weapons Risks final report which sets out proposals to address future global existential threats is now available in Korean and Japanese.
APLN and The Korea Times hosted the Award Ceremony in Seoul, South Korea to congratulate the winners of the Essay Contest.
APLN hosted four online sessions on existential risks, arms control agreements, nuclear weapon free zones, and the China-India-Pakistan nuclear triangle.
In July 2020, the APLN in collaboration with The Korea Times and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs launched an essay contest.