Reviewing the potential for an effective Cooperative Threat Reduction plus (CTR+) initiative in the context of a renewed approach to the DPRK.
Assessing regional security issues, including proliferation challenges and flash points in the Asia-Pacific.
In this new analytical series, experts and senior APLN members offer their assessments of the newly announced trilateral security pact between Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States (AUKUS).
Mapping the contours of China, India, and Pakistan's nuclear relationship, identifying the key drivers of conflict, and exploring practical measures for nuclear risk reduction, crisis stability, and confidence building amongst the three countries. A collaboration between the Asia-Pacific Leadership Network and the Toda Peace Institute.
Aiming to identify ways of both reducing the risk of regional nuclear conflict and de-escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia.
An essay contest to generate fresh perspectives on nuclear issues in the Asia-Pacific supported by APLN, Korea Times and ROK Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
A series of special online sessions organized with the Jeju Peace Institute featuring global leaders and experts who assess nuclear threats and security challenges.
The Pandemic Nuclear Nexus Scenarios Project was an international collaboration aimed at exploring how the far reaching effects of pandemics could alter the landscape for nuclear risk and disarmament. The project was co-sponsored by the Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition, Nagasaki University (RECNA), the Asia Pacific Leadership Network for Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament (APLN), and Nautilus Institute, in cooperation with Nagasaki University Planetary Health and the Panel on Peace and Security of Northeast Asia (PSNA). The project's workshops were centered on scenario planning, a non-predictive means of examining a variety of possible futures to identify critical uncertainties and strategic opportunities. These led to the development of four distinct scenarios for the year 2030. These narratives are intended to highlight key questions about dynamics that could shape the “pandemic-nuclear nexus” over the next ten years.