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    Reflections and recommendations on the future of non-proliferation and disarmament
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    Reflections and recommendations on the future of non-proliferation and disarmament

    May/5/2018, By APLN

    Summary This piece by the ELN's Deputy Director, Shata Shetty, and Policy Fellow Denitsa Raynova makes the case for why it is in the global interest to take steps to preserve the NPT and revive ...

    Iran’s Nukes Redux
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    Iran’s Nukes Redux

    May/2/2018, By APLN

    It takes chutzpah for a country that has an unacknowledged nuclear arsenal to point the finger at another country for clandestine nuclear activities and to demand military action to halt them. In a ...

    Spring blossoms on the Korean Peninsula
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    Spring blossoms on the Korean Peninsula

    May/2/2018, By APLN

    CANBERRA – The leaders of North and South Korea have met, shaken hands, taken symbolic yet hugely consequential steps across into each other’s territory, talked about possible pathways to peace on ...

    A Real Path to Peace on the Korean Peninsula: The Progress and Promise of the Moon-Kim ...
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    A Real Path to Peace on the Korean Peninsula: The Progress and Promise of the Moon-Kim ...

    Apr/30/2018, By APLN

    Twelve hours in Panmunjom—the village in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea that has long symbolized division and war—produced an unexpected miracle of peace on Friday. In the ...

    Summit participant: Kim was ’extremely friendly’
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    Summit participant: Kim was ’extremely friendly’

    Apr/27/2018, By APLN

    South Korean Presidential adviser Chung-in Moon says the summit was surprisingly amicable, and that Kim presents a new face of North Korean leadership. This interview was covered by the CNN. To ...

    Ban Treaty: will it abolish nuclear weapons? A Japanese perspective
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    Ban Treaty: will it abolish nuclear weapons? A Japanese perspective

    Apr/27/2018, By APLN

    ABSTRACT In so far as the nuclear-weapons possessors do not accept the Ban Treaty, practically it will not reduce nuclear weapons nor abolish them as a matter of law. However, if the treaty is ...

    Summit: Will Koreas reap peace harvest?
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    Summit: Will Koreas reap peace harvest?

    Apr/25/2018, By APLN

    North Korean President Kim Jung-un suddenly has a pretty full diary of international engagements. He made his maiden overseas trip to China in March this year to meet Premier Xi Jinping for the very ...

    New NTI Paper Assesses Separated Plutonium as a Terrorist Target and Recommends Steps to ...
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    New NTI Paper Assesses Separated Plutonium as a Terrorist Target and Recommends Steps to ...

    Apr/25/2018, By APLN

    Separated plutonium is a sensitive material that presents both proliferation and nuclear security risks. However, unlike highly enriched uranium (HEU), separated plutonium has not received ...

    All bets off on the Korea summit outcome
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    All bets off on the Korea summit outcome

    Apr/5/2018, By APLN

    CANBERRA – The pieces of the jigsaw are falling into place on the Korean Peninsula. But the overall picture — a denuclearized North Korea, a nuclear-weapon-free zone for all of Northeast Asia and/or ...

    Afghanistan: Dilemmas for Peace and Security
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    Afghanistan: Dilemmas for Peace and Security

    Apr/4/2018, By APLN

    The perception that the Donald Trump Administration in Washington may be inexorably sliding into a state of dysfunctionality, might have prompted Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani to hold out an ...

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