APLN's administrative capacity with two full-time research fellows and three interns.
New location of APLN: 102, Sajik-ro,Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
The fundamental changes in the APLN leadership and administrative structure.
Former leaders of the Asia-Pacific encourage the U.S. to adopt a “No First Use” nuclear policy and call on Pacific allies to support it.
It is critical that we recapture a sense of urgency about the scale and gravity of the risks posed by the world’s 16,000 remaining nuclear weapons.
“Nuclear weapons are not yesterday’s problem but today’s."
For both the security and economic well-being of our citizens therefore, we urgently need to start a new, continuing and dynamic process of Euro-Atlantic security dialogue to address this situation.
Civil nuclear governance requires stronger international transparency, accountability and cooperation. Civil nuclear programs cannot be regarded as a solely national concern.