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    Debating Security Plus
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    Debating Security Plus

    Sep/21/2018, By APLN

    In June, APLN Co-Convenor Ramesh Thakur was one of 37 "VIP debaters" for the sixth edition of "Debating Security Plus." Others included the UN Secretary-General’s High Representative Izumi Nakamitsu ...

    India and the U.S. -- it is complicated
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    India and the U.S. -- it is complicated

    Sep/1/2018, By APLN

    Creative thinking will be needed in the 2+2 dialogue to overcome challenges in bilateral ties The first round of the India-U.S. 2+2 talks at the level of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and ...

    Managing Pakistan’s Bomb: Learning on the job
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    Managing Pakistan’s Bomb: Learning on the job

    Aug/17/2018, By APLN

    On Saturday, Imran Khan will be sworn in as the next prime minister of Pakistan. His has been a sudden and rapid rise to power; he first came into politics in the late 1990s with no experience and ...

    Japan’s nuclear options
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    Japan’s nuclear options

    Aug/5/2018, By APLN

    CANBERRA – Hiroshima was the first city in the world to be attacked by an atomic bomb on Aug. 6, 1945. The last time that an atomic weapon was used was to bomb Nagasaki on Aug. 9, 1945. By the end ...

    Elections in Pakistan
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    Elections in Pakistan

    Jul/30/2018, By APLN

    While the opposition and his coalition partners will keep Imran Khan in check, Pakistan’s Army will call the shots The elections in Pakistan have delivered the expected outcome — a victory for Imran ...

    Prognosis of polls in Pakistan
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    Prognosis of polls in Pakistan

    Jul/22/2018, By APLN

    Imran Khan, the prime minister-in-waiting? As one heads towards the elections in Pakistan on July 25, the main question in concerned minds is whether Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan ...

    Denuclearization after the Singapore Summit: Get the pie from the sky?
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    Denuclearization after the Singapore Summit: Get the pie from the sky?

    Jun/29/2018, By APLN

    The meeting between US President Donald Trump and leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong Un in Singapore on June 12 and the two-page joint statement that followed ...

    There Were No Losers at the Singapore Summit
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    There Were No Losers at the Singapore Summit

    Jun/19/2018, By APLN

    The below is an excerpt from the article. Immediately after U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a joint declaration at the end of last week’s summit in Singapore, ...

    The Roundtable: Denuclearisation: Can the genie really ever be put back in the bottle?
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    The Roundtable: Denuclearisation: Can the genie really ever be put back in the bottle?

    Jun/17/2018, By APLN

    In light of the global spread of nuclear weapons, how easy is it to convince a country to remove their weapons? Libya and South Africa are often looked to as examples of denuclearisation, but ...

    The Kim–Trump Summit: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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    The Kim–Trump Summit: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Jun/15/2018, By APLN

    Despite praise for Tuesday’s “unprecedented” meeting, there were good reasons why previous US administrations had refused multiple requests from North Korean leaders to meet. The results of the ...

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