[Interview] Yoon’s Pursuit of Strong Security Mustn’t Cost Public’s Peace of Mind
HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in, a noted expert in the field of international relations and peace affairs, shares his thoughts on where we’re headed in 2023 in an interview.
China’s Nuclear Build-up: Implications for India
ORCA - APLN member Manpreet Sethi examines the reasons why China has become active in its nuclear build-up and offers some suggestions for India’s responses.
Security in the Asia-Pacific
CHINA-US FOCUS - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in argues that it is important to revalue the traditional Asia-Pacific concept for inclusiveness, cooperation and stability.
How Will America Deal With Three-Way Nuclear Deterrence?
THE ECONOMIST - APLN member Tong Zhao argues that China's strategic nuclear policy has become harder to read but may be aimed at convincing the US to treat China with respect and as an equal.
Fixing the Deadlock in North Korean Denuclearisation
EAST ASIA FORUM - APLN Vice Chair Chung-in Moon argues that to deal with the North Korean nuclear issue from a comprehensive regional security perspective higher-level representation is needed.
The Need for US-China-Russia Cooperation on North Korea
Gabriela Bernal argues that the United States must abandon unrealistic expectations in its dealings with North Korea.
Playing Down Hostility
THE TRIBUNE - APLN member Shyam Saran writes on the Biden-Xi talks at G20 Summit.
It’s Time for S. Korea to Think Seriously about Crisis Stability
HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in argues that crisis stability is as important as deterrence and as much attention should be paid to preventing wars as to winning them.
Reducing U.S.-China Nuclear Risks: Prospects for Arms Control Cooperation
Nuclear Threat Initiative - APLN board member Tong Zhao discussed the future of nonproliferation and arms control cooperation between the United States and China in a seminar hosted by NTI.
US-Soviet Top-Down Trust-Building: Lessons for the US-China Relationship
Yu Tiejun analyses the processes and lessons for China of three US-Soviet cases of top-down trust-building during the Cold War.