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.
HINDUSTAN TIMES - APLN member Kevin Rudd argues that a more assertive China will create further friction in the region. India, and the global community, will need to find ways to counter this change.
HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in attended a memorial service on the 77th anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki and wrote about two conflicting attitudes toward the nuclear issue in Japan.
THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan argues that ongoing participation in Russian military exercises puts India in a unique position.
THE CANBERRA TIMES - APLN member Natasha Stott Despoja writes that humanitarian relief efforts should strive for women-led disaster response on the occasion of World Humanitarian Day.
THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS INTERVIEW - APLN member Kevin Rudd talks about Xi Jinping's China, its confrontation with America, and how China sees itself and its role on the global stage.
ASAHI SHIMBUN - APLN member Fujiwara Kiichi argues that the war in Ukraine has become a war of attrition, deepening the crisis in international politics.
APLN member Feroz Hassan Khan published a book titled "Subcontinent Adrift: Strategic Futures of South Asia".
APLN senior associate fellow Van Jackson published a book titled "Pacific Power Paradox: American Statecraft and the Fate of the Asian Peace".
THE KOREA TIMES - APLN member Kim Won-soo argues that the nuclear states must work together to come up with a collective plan to keep non-nuclear states from developing their own nuclear deterrents.