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    Changing Security Environment in East Asia and Its Implications on Japan’s Nuclear Policy
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    Changing Security Environment in East Asia and Its Implications on Japan’s Nuclear Policy

    17 Jan 2024 | Michiru NISHIDA

    J-PAND - APLN Senior Research Adviser Michiru Nishida argued that Japan needs to possess counterstrike capabilities if it wants to reduce the role of nuclear weapons.

    Rokkasho Redux: Japan’s Never-Ending Reprocessing Saga
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    Rokkasho Redux: Japan’s Never-Ending Reprocessing Saga

    26 Dec 2023 | SUZUKI Tatsujiro

    BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS - APLN member Tatsujiro Suzuki discussed the construction of Japan’s long-delayed Rokkasho reprocessing plant.

    Nuclear Talks and Geopolitical Risk in East Asia
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    Nuclear Talks and Geopolitical Risk in East Asia

    14 Dec 2023 | Rajaram PANDA

    VIVEKANANDA INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION - APLN member Rajaram Panda argued that the solution lies in pursuing dialogue-oriented diplomacy with security-related approaches from all stakeholders.

    The Third Meeting of the IGEP
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    The Third Meeting of the IGEP

    10 Dec 2023 | Marty NATALEGAWA, AKIYAMA Nobumasa, Tanya OGILVIE-WHITE, Manpreet SETHI and Tong ZHAO

    On December 8 and 9, the third meeting of the International Group of Eminent Persons for a World Without Nuclear Weapons (IGEP) took place in Nagasaki.

    Can Japan Risk a Trump Reelection?
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    Can Japan Risk a Trump Reelection?

    22 Nov 2023 | FUNABASHI Yoichi

    THE JAPAN TIMES - APLN member Yoichi Funabashi argued that Japan must formulate a plan in the event of the former U.S. president’s return.

    How Should Japan Consolidate the Credibility of Extended Deterrence?
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    How Should Japan Consolidate the Credibility of Extended Deterrence?

    16 Oct 2023 | AKIYAMA Nobumasa

    JIIA - APLN member Nobumasa Akiyama writes on how Japan, along with the US and other partners, should strengthen the credibility of extended deterrence.

    Why Japan Should Stop Its Fukushima Nuclear Wastewater Ocean Release
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    Why Japan Should Stop Its Fukushima Nuclear Wastewater Ocean Release

    21 Sep 2023 | SUZUKI Tatsujiro

    BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS - APLN member Tatsujiro Suzuki offers recommendations that could help restore public trust in TEPCO's and the Japan's plan for treating water at Fukushima.

    AUKUS Strand B: opportunity for South Korea and Japan?
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    AUKUS Strand B: opportunity for South Korea and Japan?

    20 Sep 2023 | LIM Eunjung

    Eunjung Lim argues that the UK HoC Foreign Affairs Committee's proposal to include ROK and Japan in the AUKUS partnership should be considered, with caveats.

    Should Japan join AUKUS?
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    Should Japan join AUKUS?

    20 Sep 2023 | ABE Nobuyasu

    Nobuyasu Abe explores the implications of the UK Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee's recommendation for Japan's potential involvement in AUKUS, including challenges and opportunities in the ...

    China’s Disinformation Fuels Anger Over Fukushima Water Release
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    China’s Disinformation Fuels Anger Over Fukushima Water Release

    3 Sep 2023 | Tong ZHAO

    THE NEW YORK TIMES - APLN member Tong Zhao was quoted in the New York Times, where he commented on China's disinformation about the safety of the Fukushima water release.

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