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Why South Korea Should Embrace the TPNW
WEEKLY NEWSLETTERS

Why South Korea Should Embrace the TPNW

12 Jul 2024APLN

Melissa Parke highlights the significance of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) in advancing global nuclear disarmament and calls on South Korea to join the treaty.

Why South Korea Should Embrace the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
THE KOREA TIMES COLUMN

Why South Korea Should Embrace the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

11 Jul 2024Melissa PARKE

Melissa Parke highlights the significance of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) in advancing global nuclear disarmament, urging South Korea to reconsider its position and ...

Beyond the Putin-Kim Alliance: How Can the International Community Engage China to ...
MEMBER ACTIVITIES

Beyond the Putin-Kim Alliance: How Can the International Community Engage China to ...

10 Jul 2024Tong ZHAO

CARNEGIE CHINA - APLN member Tong Zhao highlighted that Beijing will not sit idly by and allow Russia and North Korea to shape the security environment on its behalf.

Reducing the Risk of Nuclear Weapon Use in Northeast Asia
WEEKLY NEWSLETTERS

Reducing the Risk of Nuclear Weapon Use in Northeast Asia

6 Jul 2024APLN

This week's newsletter features our project on Reducing the Risk of Nuclear Weapon Use in Northeast Asia.

Nuclear-Conventional Entanglement in Northeast Asia: The Case for Crisis Management ...
NUCLEAR WEAPON USE RISK REDUCTION

Nuclear-Conventional Entanglement in Northeast Asia: The Case for Crisis Management ...

5 Jul 2024Benjamin ZALA

In this report, Benjamin Zala surveys the growing nuclear-conventional entanglement risks in Northeast Asia as well as how entanglement is driving a new era of nuclear arms racing in response.

Introduction: Reducing the Risk of Nuclear Weapons Use in Northeast Asia
NUCLEAR WEAPON USE RISK REDUCTION

Introduction: Reducing the Risk of Nuclear Weapons Use in Northeast Asia

4 Jul 2024Shatabhisha SHETTY

Shatabhisha Shetty writes an introductory essay for the special section of the Journal for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament.

The Political Reckoning in a Post-Nuclear Use Landscape
WEEKLY NEWSLETTERS

The Political Reckoning in a Post-Nuclear Use Landscape

29 Jun 2024APLN

We feature two new reports focusing on reducing the risk of nuclear weapons in Northeast Asia and share the recording of the webinar for our recent Pacific Islands project webinar.

The Political Reckoning in a Post-Nuclear Use Landscape
SPECIAL REPORTS

The Political Reckoning in a Post-Nuclear Use Landscape

28 Jun 2024Rabia AKHTAR

Rabia Akhtar provides a comprehensive analysis of the multifaceted challenges posed by nuclear weapons in Northeast Asia and offers valuable insights for crafting a more secure global environment.

The Political Reckoning in a Post-Nuclear Use Landscape
NUCLEAR WEAPON USE RISK REDUCTION

The Political Reckoning in a Post-Nuclear Use Landscape

28 Jun 2024Rabia AKHTAR

Rabia Akhtar provides a comprehensive analysis of the multifaceted challenges posed by nuclear weapons in Northeast Asia and offers valuable insights for crafting a more secure global environment.

No Light at the End of the N-Tunnel
MEMBER ACTIVITIES

No Light at the End of the N-Tunnel

24 Jun 2024C Uday BHASKAR

THE TRIBUNE - APLN member C Uday Bhaskar wrote on the findings of two reports released by ICAN and SIPRI, highlighting that the world has drifted from reasonably robust deterrence to one of fragile ...

What Regional Stability Really Means for the Asia-Pacific
WEEKLY NEWSLETTERS

What Regional Stability Really Means for the Asia-Pacific

21 Jun 2024APLN

Piper Campbell argues that the US is becoming an increasingly incidental provider of regional stability in the Asia-Pacific, Adam Mount writes on the value of No First Use, John Carlson urges action ...

No First Use Can Still Help to Reduce US-China Nuclear Risks
NUCLEAR WEAPON USE RISK REDUCTION

No First Use Can Still Help to Reduce US-China Nuclear Risks

21 Jun 2024Adam MOUNT

Adam Mount argues that although no first use declaratory statements are unlikely to significantly affect US-China nuclear crises, they can still play an important role in reducing risks between the ...

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