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.
The APLN hosted four special sessions at the 2020 Jeju Forum featuring APLN members discussing global nuclear issues. The sessions available to watch on YouTube.
APLN and EAF co-hosted a webinar, funded in part by the Asia Research Fund, titled “Preemptive Nuclear Attacks on the Korean Peninsula: Fact or Fiction?"
APLN held an internship completion event to commemorate the end of the spring and summer internship programs.
APLN supported KAIST-NEREC's 2020 Summer Fellows Program on educating students on nuclear technology and nuclear non-proliferation issues.
APLN and the Korean National Diplomatic Academy organised an international conference on “Geopolitics, Geo-economics, and North Korea’s Denuclearization" with a final report.
Professor Jackson argues that the US approach to DPRK nuclear problem has failed. It is time for Washington to reshape and change from denuclearisation to arms control.
APLN co-organized the 18th ROK-UN Joint Conference on Disarmament and Non-proliferation Issues with the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA).
Prof. Siegfried Hecker shared with an attentive audience his views and interpretations on the North Korea nuclear situation at the APLN-EAF Joint Seminar held on September 19, 2019.