THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan writes: the Indian and Chinese diplomatic missions in Sri Lanka sparred on social media over the visit of a Chinese military research vessel.
THE INDIAN EXPRESS - APLN member C. Raja Mohan advocates adding to what was till now regarded as ‘minimum’ to remain ‘credible regarding India's strategy on building ‘credible minimum deterrence’.
CHINA DAILY - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in argues that China and the ROK should avoid sacrificing their long-term, common interests for short-term, parochial ones.
THE QUINT - APLN member C. Uday Bhaskar writes: The breakdown in attaining consensus was attributed to Moscow, which was apparently unhappy with certain references to the war in Ukraine.
FOREIGN POLICY - APLN member Helen Clark summarises five interlinked lines of action that the global community needs to take to prevent the next pandemic threat from devastating the planet again.
INSTITUTE OF PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES - APLN member Manpreet Sethi identifies two domains in which New Delhi can use its leadership to introduce its own ‘middle path’ philosophy and values.
KOREA JOONGANG DAILY - APLN member Han Yong-sup writes about the impact of the war in Ukraine on the NPT Review Conference, arguing that the future of the non-proliferation regime is not that bright.
ASIA SOCIETY - APLN member Kevin Rudd discussed the broader implications of current and future relations between the U.S. and China with C. Raja Mohan.
SOUTH ASIAN VOICES - APLN member Sadia Tasleem writes on the state of nuclear discourse in Pakistan after the recent vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Khan.
THE INDIAN EXPRESS - APLN member C Raja Mohan argues that India must find its own way to manage the current turbulence in the triangular relationship between Washington, Moscow, and Beijing.