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    Preserving the taboo: on nuclear arms control
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    Preserving the taboo: on nuclear arms control

    Nov/6/2018, By APLN

    Existing nuclear arms control agreements need to be brought in line with today’s political realities Last month, U.S. President Donald Trump declared that the U.S. is quitting the Intermediate-Range ...

    Farewell to Nuclear Arms Control?
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    Farewell to Nuclear Arms Control?

    Oct/25/2018, By APLN

    The United States has affirmed strategic competition with both Russia and China as the central organizing principle of its national security policy. The announcement on October 20 by President ...

    The Nuclear Weapon Prohibition Treaty
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    The Nuclear Weapon Prohibition Treaty

    Oct/25/2018, By APLN

    For half a century, the normative anchor of the global nuclear order has been the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). On 27 October 2016, the First Committee of the United Nations General ...

    North Korea: Inspectors at the Door?
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    North Korea: Inspectors at the Door?

    Oct/24/2018, By APLN

    In September 2018, while the leaders of North and South Korea met for another spectacular summit in the North Korean capital Pyongyang, the 170 members of the International Atomic Energy Agency ...

    Nuclear Arms Control: A role for The Elders
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    Nuclear Arms Control: A role for The Elders

    Oct/22/2018, By APLN

    APLN Patron and Emeritus Convenor, Gareth Evans, recently presented a paper to The Elders - the group of senior global statesmen and women initially chaired by Nelson Mandela and Kofi Annan, and now ...

    Decoding the Rafale Controversy
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    Decoding the Rafale Controversy

    Oct/16/2018, By APLN

    The controversy over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to go in for an outright purchase of 36 Rafale fighter jet aircraft, after scrapping the old negotiations, is unlikely to die down. The ...

    The nuclear weapons ban treaty, one year on
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    The nuclear weapons ban treaty, one year on

    Oct/4/2018, By APLN

    The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (the ban treaty) was opened for signature on 20 September 2017. The treaty will enter into force when ratified by 50 countries – currently it has 19 ...

    President Moon Jae-in is driving the Korea peace train
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    President Moon Jae-in is driving the Korea peace train

    Oct/1/2018, By APLN

    CANBERRA – The Korean War is 68 years old. Despite a ceasefire in effect since 1953, the heavily militarized border is still patrolled by soldiers, ringed with barbed wire and covered in land mines.

    Denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula: Explaining the Stalemate
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    Denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula: Explaining the Stalemate

    Sep/27/2018, By APLN

    With the conclusion of the third inter-Korean summit last week, the next challenge will be to find common understanding. The Korean War has been going on for 68 years. Despite a ceasefire in effect ...

    Seeking a managed exit
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    Seeking a managed exit

    Sep/22/2018, By APLN

    A year after U.S. President Donald Trump unveiled his new Afghanistan policy, the stalemate continues Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani was in New Delhi on September 19 for a day-long working ...

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