EAST ASIA FORUM - On the surface, Japan seems to have learned a tough lesson about its energy policy. But unresolved issues still haunt the country’s future nuclear prospects.
THE SUNDAY GUARDIAN - The perceptible upsurge in interest in nuclear energy that had been visible around 2009-2010 -- the so-called nuclear renaissance -- seems to have disappeared.
Professor Moon outlines the Biden administration's possible approaches to the DPRK shares his thoughts on the DPRK's regime survival throughout the years and the pandemic in these two articles.
THE CHICAGO COUNCIL - Fraying American alliances and a changing security environment have shaken America’s nuclear security guarantees and threaten the 50-year-old nuclear nonproliferation regime.
An expert plenary session on approaches and campaigns towards abolishing nuclear weapons and preventing nuclear war.
FOREIGN POLICY - To construct a new balance of power in Asia, Washington needs a better approach to nuclear arms.
KBS - How should the Biden administration approach dealing with China, the DPRK, and South Korea? Two experts discuss the future of the Korean Peninsula in a Biden Era.
UNIDIR - Who are the proponents of strategic arms control? Why do they advocate it? And what are their major assumptions?
HANKYOREH - The president has made substantial achievements toward inter-Korean peace and stability.
AIIA - Today the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) becomes law – the most significant multilateral development in nuclear arms control since the NPT entered into force in 1970.