As the year draws to a close, experts look at the multiple challenges that confronted the nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament community this year.
APLN members join the International Group of Eminent Persons (IGEP) for a World Without Nuclear Weapons; APLN and ELN co-hosted a series of roundtables assessing strategic risks in the Asia-Pacific.
APLN contributors propose new approaches for the US and other powers in dealing with North Korea and offer a new view of diplomacy in considering non-proliferation and disarmament efforts.
We hosted a policy workshop in Nepal with APLN members and experts focusing on nuclear dynamics between China, India and Pakistan. Jun Bong-geun analyses changes in DPRK's new nuclear weapons law.
Yu Tiejun analyses the processes and lessons of three US-Soviet cases of top-down trust-building during the Cold War and discusses how they may be viewed from a Chinese perspective.
Anastasia Barannikova warns that impacts of the situation in Ukraine on Russia’s nuclear policies cannot be ruled out. We published three reports produced under our "China-India-Pakistan Nuclear ...
Sandip Mishra argues that the US, Japan, and South Korea must adopt a new diplomatic approach to negotiations with North Korea. Peter Hayes argues that going nuclear will not help South Korea.
Paul K. Davis shows how the war in Ukraine increases the range of nuclear-use scenarios in Northeast Asia. Renee Moorjani assesses civil society's contributions to limiting nuclear dangers.
Bo Zhiyue previewed the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party. Anastasia Barannikova and Sangkyu Lee wrote on North Korea's new nuclear weapons law.
Tong Zhao analyses how Russia's nuclear threats in Ukraine could impact China's "no first use" policy. Namrata Goswami takes stock of the weaponization of space on the OST's 55th anniversary.