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Rebuild Arms Control and Disarmament
Abe Nobuyasu wrote on the impact of the war in Ukraine on arms control, disarmament, and non-proliferation, and Ramesh Thakur, Kasit Piromya and Eva Lisowski wrote on the nuclear ban treaty.
Banning Nuclear Weapons and Reducing Nuclear Risk
This week, Eva Lisowski, presents findings at the Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons in Vienna. John Carlson and Abe Nobuyasu share their perspectives on the TPNW.
Japan and the Nuclear Ban Treaty
This week, Abe Nobuyasu discusses how Japan can engage with the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. A Korean version of our DPRK Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus report is now available.
The Limited Nuclear War Hidden Behind the Long Peace
Robert Jacobs discusses how the Cold War nuclear testing amounted to a hidden nuclear war, and Sadia Tasleem shares her views on nuclear disarmament in the India-Pakistan relationship.
Preparing for Peace
APLN releases a special report on how to build support for cooperative threat reduction with the DPRK. Fei Su and Jingdong Yuan assess China's dilemma in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine war.
Women in Peace and Disarmament
To mark International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament, Manpreet Sethi, Sadia Tasleem, Ayaka Shiomura, and Angela Woodward reflects on the role of women in national and international security.
The Korean Peninsula after Ukraine
Jina Kim writes on the implications of the Russia-Ukraine war for the Korean Peninsula, and we share previous APLN work on pandemic and nuclear risks.
A Letter to the South Korean President
Gareth Evans writes an open letter to the new South Korean president. Our partners at Carnegie Endowment call for improving Northeast Asian regional security through risk reduction measures.
South Korea's Nuclear Challenge
Susan Koch writes on mobilising political support for a Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus program with North Korea and Joel Petersson Ivre assesses the risk of nuclear weapons latency in South Korea.
Failure to communicate? Indian missile incident aftermath
We welcome four new APLN members, Ruhee Neog analyses Indian communication after the missile incident in March, and Tanya Ogilvie-White makes the case for a Northeast Asian security architecture.