APLN supports the KAIST-NEREC Summer Fellows Program, an intensive short-term education and training course on nuclear non-proliferation.
APLN celebrates the establishment of 'Coalition for 3+3' intended to assist governments of Japan and ROK to create a NEA-NWFZ treaty.
APLN has partnered with the #CranesForOurFuture campaign to to honor victims of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings and fight for a world free from nuclear weapons.
A virtual special issue page on Nuclear-Pandemic Nexus Scenarios project has been launched by J-PAND
APLN welcomes eight new network members to the network in June, including former New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark.
The Journal for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament (J-PAND) is looking for submissions on the topic, "The Future of Arms Control."
The Journal for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament (J-PAND) is looking for submissions on the topic, "New U.S. Nuclear Posture Review: Implications to the Asian Allies and Partners."
In May, the APLN warmly welcomed Ms. Jessica Lee as Senior Associate Fellow. She is currently based at the Quincy Institute in Washington, D.C. Her research interest and expertise focuses on U.S.
Introducing the Journal for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament, an open access and peer-reviewed journal edited by the Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition, Nagasaki University (RECNA).
A new APLN Special Report explores the different scenarios that could trigger a nuclear war in the Taiwan strait and how it can be avoided