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
Meet our new research interns, Lauren Kim & Chris Gowe
The APLN is excited to announce the appointment of Ms. Shata Shetty as Executive Director and Dr. Tanya Ogilvie-White as Senior Research Adviser.
David Von Hippel and Peter Hayes outline a consortium-led humanitarian, capacity-building and engagement-focused project for DPRK in alignment to CTR.
Professor Moon Chung-in and Boo Seung-Chan of the Institute for North Korean Studies provide analyses of communication hotlines on the Korean peninsula.
APLN welcomes new Executive Director Shata Shetty and bids farewell to former executive Director Prof. Chung-in Moon and former Deputy Director Dr. Kwon.