CSIS - On Monday, September 25, 2023, 8:45 AM ET, APLN member Eunjung Lim will participate in the 8th annual ROK-U.S. Strategic Forum.
CSIS - On October 5, APLN member Tong Zhao will participate in CSIS' eighth annual conference, where he will engage in debates with other leading experts on the core issues underpinning China's power.
ASPI - APLN member Marianne Hanson co-wrote an article with Margaret Beavis, emphasizing the importance of disarmament and trust-building in the context of global security.
FOREIGN POLICY - APLN member Choi Jong Kun published an excerpt from his book, 'Power of Peace: A Record of the Moon Jae-in Government's Courage in the Peace Process,' in Foreign Policy.
BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS - APLN member Tatsujiro Suzuki offers recommendations that could help restore public trust in TEPCO's and the Japan's plan for treating water at Fukushima.
Asialink - On 16 October, APLN Senior Associate Fellow John Carlson will discuss how the advent of major nuclear powers in the Indo-Pacific has created a more complex global nuclear threat dynamic.
BUSINESS STANDARD - APLN member Shyam Saran argues that the US bolstering its alliances in the region to counter China puts India's strategic autonomy to the test.
FOREIGN POLICY - APLN member Kishore Mahbubani co-wrote an article with Tony Chan and Ben Harburg, arguing that America's efforts to block China's rise will be futile.
THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan argues that IMEC is touted as a counter to China’s BRI, but the scale and scope of the latter initiative is much greater.
USIP - APLN member Charadine Pich co-wrote an article with Chhengpor Aun, arguing that Cambodia is preserving its strategic autonomy through ‘smart and flexible diplomacy'.