We welcome Frank O’Donnell as a new Senior Research Adviser, and Bec Strating publishes the first report in our new project on preventing maritime incidents and escalation in the Asia-Pacific.
We have published the second video in our Pacific Islands Creative Competition and released our official statement on diversity, equality and inclusion.
Lee Sang Hyun shares his reflections on the state of US-DPRK relations five years after the Singapore Summit and we welcome Lucy Stevenson-Yang as our new Policy Fellow.
We publish a new report assessing strategic risks in the Asia-Pacific with the ELN, welcome Van Jackson as a new Senior Research Adviser, and honour the legacy of Ambassador Jayantha Dhanapala.
APLN has successfully secured two new grants for the China-US-Asia Dialogue, and our project on Strategic Risks in the Asia-Pacific.
Two of APLN's Japanese members discuss Japan's nuclear disarmament policy, and Manpreet Sethi shares her vision of nuclear arms control in challenging times.
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.
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.
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.
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.