Professor Shin Young-jeon assesses how the DPRK was impacted by COVID-19, evaluates its response to the pandemic, and offers policy recommendations for the two Koreas and the international community.
Workshop participants offer their views on scenario planning and why a project such as this is necessary today.
APLN-RECNA-Nautilus project using scenario planning to evaluate different futures and generate recommendations for governments, civil society and market actors to address existential risks.
Final report of the Pandemic-Nuclear-Nexus project with proposals to address nuclear threats through constituent engagement, technological solutions and regional approaches.
Richard Tanter suggests that an extensive regional dialogue on the legitimacy and utility of nuclear weapons is needed to institutionalize and make effective the TPNW.
Lynn Eden discusses the implications and differences in developing plans to prepare for, understand, prevent and mitigate infrequent disasters like pandemics and nuclear war.
The APLN leadership team calls on leaders and officials to better understand and deal with linked challenges in the nexus of nuclear weapons, pandemics and climate change risks.
Gareth Evans recommends adopting an analytical and prescriptive focus on tackling nuclear threats and learning from how pandemics and other global threats have been - or should be - addressed.
Dr Petr Topychkanov examines recent decisions by nuclear-armed states to expand the role of nuclear weapons in their military plans.
Steven Miller argues that there is great utility in ensuring nuclear rivals can communicate directly and effectively at the highest levels in all circumstances to minimize escalation.