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APLN Joins Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy
APLN hosts two sessions at the Jeju Forum, featuring several of our senior members, and we become the latest Asia-Pacific organisation to join Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy.
Nuclear legacies in South Asia and the Pacific
This week, we invited Indian and Pakistani scholars to reflect on where the relationship is headed in the next 25 years. We also published the first video poem by Dorell Ben.
Protect Nuclear Arms Control
This week's newsletter is a special feature, highlighting our joint effort with the ELN to promote nuclear arms control ahead of the G7 Summit in Hiroshima through a global group statement.
A Closer Look at the Washington Declaration
Peter Hayes and Jina Kim offer their perspectives on the US-ROK Washington Declaration, we share the Korean and Japanese translations of the papers from our project on Asia Pacific Strategic Risks.
Nuclear Use: The Human Cost
This week's newsletter is a special feature on the Nuclear Use in Northeast Asia project, a 3-year initiative with the Nautilus Institute, RECNA, and the Panel on Peace and Security of Northeast Asia.
ASEAN's Nuclear and Radiological Preparedness
Julius Cesar Trajano discusses measures for improving nuclear and radiological emergency preparedness in ASEAN, Abdul Hameed Nayyar provides a creative suggestion for denuclearising Pakistan.
Nuclear weapons use, AUKUS and Decoupling
We feature publications on reducing the risk of nuclear weapon use in NEA, US-CN decoupling, AUKUS, and the importance of the Biological Weapons Convention in promoting biosafety and biosecurity.
Asia-Pacific Strategic Risks
We feature two reports published under our Asia-Pacific Strategic Risks project and a special report published as part of our Voices from Pacific Islands Countries project.
Exploring China-US Dynamics: Decoupling and the Role of Scholarship
Rukmani Gupta assesses the narratives and misperceptions around 'economic decoupling' between the US and China. Jian Junbo highlights several challenges to scholarship in China-US relations.
[Special Newsletter] Southern Asia's Nuclear Landscape
A special newsletter featuring a series of publications from our project Managing the China, India, and Pakistan Nuclear Trilemma.