Australia and the Post-Ukraine Nuclear Disarmament Agenda
TODA PEACE INSTITUTE - APLN member Ramesh Thakur examines the Indo-Pacific nuclear situation and evaluates potential avenues for Australia to play a significant role in mitigating nuclear risks.
Prime Minster Kishida: Your Field of Vision on Nuclear Disarmament Is Out of Focus
APLN member Hiromichi Umebayashi examines the inconsistency in words and deeds of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
25 Years of Nuclear India and Pakistan: Crisis Communications Must be Made a Priority
IPCS - APLN Senior Research Adviser Manpreet Sethi writes that while India and Pakistan have observed 25 years without incident, it would be naïve to dismiss the possibility of future dangers.
The Hiroshima G7 Summit and Nuclear Disarmament
THE DIPLOMAT - APLN Senior Associate Fellow Nobumasa Akiyama writes on the G7 Summit in Hiroshima.
The Gamble of AUKUS: Eroding the Rules of Nuclear Non-Proliferation
FSI INSIGHTS - APLN Associate Fellow Karla Mae G. Pabeliña argues that the AUKUS partnership is a double gamble.
Does Yoon’s Year of Values Diplomacy Deserve a Passing Grade?
HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in argues that if President Yoon fails to find a balance between values and national interest, his national security and foreign policies are likely to fail.
India Doesn’t Share Our World View
FINANCIAL REVIEW - APLN member John McCarthy argues that New Delhi is guided by what it thinks is best for India, not by alliances or what others want of it.
Flurry of Diplomacy at G7: Analysis
ARIRANG NEWS - APLN member Eunjung Lim shared her observations on the G7 Hiroshima Summit.
What Protests in Pakistan Against Imran Khan’s Arrest Mean for China
SCMP - APLN member C. Uday Bhaskar argues that public anger at the previously sacrosanct institution of the army, which Beijing has close links with, could risk Chinese interests in Pakistan.
[JPN] G7 Hiroshima Summit: Pursuing Nuclear Disarmament, Not Nuclear Deterrence
ASAHI SHIMBUN - APLN member Fujiwara Kiichi argues that what is needed now is not an overreliance on nuclear deterrence, but rather a choice to achieve peace without relying on nuclear deterrence.