Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus DPRK
A project reviewing the potential for an effective Cooperative Threat Reduction plus (CTR Plus) initiative in the context of a renewed approach to the DPRK. Through a CTR Plus initiative, this project aims to address critical missing elements in the proposed denuclearization of the DPRK. It centers around other types of engagement that are essential to the success of a DPRK CTR program, i.e. missiles and space, energy security, and public health.
Preparing for Peace: Political and Financing Considerations for Cooperative Threat ...
This report proposes a plan to reengage the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) with the international community.
[Special Report] Political Mobilization For CTR Plus: Lessons Learned From CTR
Dr. Susan Koch writes on political mobilization for a Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus (CTR Plus) initiative with the DPRK.
[Special Report] Funding Cooperative Engagement with the DPRK
Brad Babson explores institutional funding arrangements for a Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus program with the DPRK.
Congratulatory Remark by ROK Minister of Unification Lee In-Young
On 17 March 2022, Republic of Korea Minister of Unification Lee In-Young delivered a congratulatory speech at the CTR Plus Conference on mobilising international, political, and financial support for ...
[Synthesis Report] Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus: Breaking the Stalemate with the DPRK
APLN assesses the potential for an effective Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus program as part of a renewed diplomatic approach to the DPRK.
[Special Report] Inter-Korean Cooperation Through NEAPHI
Dr. Young-jeon Shin discusses the prospects of Inter-Korean and Northeast Asia cooperation on public health via the NEAPHI.
[Special Report] Biomedical Cooperation with DPRK in Post-Pandemic Era
Dr. Sang Min Park proposes the creation of an inter-Korean Biomedical Cluster as a sustainable model for cooperation in the post-pandemic era.
[Special Report] Space Engagement and Cooperation with the DPRK
Dr. Goswami examines the DPRK’s space capabilities, explores how space cooperation can be operationalized and funded, and offers a scenario-based analysis.
[Special Report] Comparing the Russian CTR Experience with North Korean Challenges
Dr. Siegfried Hecker discusses how lessons learnt from the Russian Cooperative Threat Reduction experience can be applied to North Korea.
[Special Report] Energy Efficiency Measures Complementary to CTR Activities for the DPRK
David von Hippel and Peter Hayes outline a new energy project as complementary to engagement-focused Cooperative Threat Reduction activities for the DPRK.