Cold War 2.0
THE TRIBUNE - APLN member Shyam Saran views the P5 statement from a different perspective, questioning its credibility and addressing why it is difficult to feel reassured by it.
Philip Chennery argues that the climate crisis demonstrates the willingness of states to establish cooperation internationally, therefore this could be applied to nuclear disarmament.
Miriam Astrid Rieback argues that concern for nuclear weapons is justified, however states often play by different rules depending on their ranking comparatively to other states.
Dr Luo Xi assesses nuclear competition, arms control and future relations between the United States, Russia and China strategic triangle.
Dr. Luo Xi assesses nuclear competition, arms control and future relations between the United States, Russia and China strategic triangle.
HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Chung-in Moon argues that while AUKUS is a huge boon for the US’ Indo-Pacific strategy, it creates four big concerns for the US alliance system and regional security.
THE HINDU - APLN Member Shyam Saran contributed his analysis of the recent escalation of Chinese military activity around Taiwan.
Dr. Siegfried Hecker discusses how lessons learnt from the Russian Cooperative Threat Reduction experience can be applied to North Korea.
HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in discusses the ongoing dispute between China and South Korea over THAAD deployment and clarifies the South Korean position on this issue.
APLN released a joint statement with leadership groups to call on P5 states to jointly reaffirm that “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought.”