TODA PEACE INSTITUTE - APLN member Ramesh Thakur published a new policy brief.
On September 28, APLN Executive Director Shata Shetty and APLN board member Zhao Tong spoke at the Wilton Park conference to discuss emerging technologies and the P5 Process.
PURSUIT - APLN member Trevor Findlay explains how a blind spot in safeguards culture led to a ‘that’s the way we do things around here’ approach at the IAEA. Lessons have been learned since Iraq.
MAINICHI SHIMBUN - APLN Senior Associate Fellow Nobumasa Akiyama spoke about Japan's dilemma between nuclear deterrence and nuclear disarmament, based on the recent discussions at the NPT RevCon.
THE JAPAN TIMES - APLN member Ramesh Thakur wrote on Gorbachev's nuclear legacy, arguing that the Soviet leader deserves much credit for mitigating the risk of a Cold War nuclear conflict.
Dr Manpreet Sethi warns that the behaviour of the five nuclear weapons states leaves the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty more fragile than ever.
Following the collapse of the 10th NPT Review Conference, Carlos D. Sorreta discusses what happened in New York.
THE INDIAN EXPRESS - APLN member C. Raja Mohan advocates adding to what was till now regarded as ‘minimum’ to remain ‘credible regarding India's strategy on building ‘credible minimum deterrence’.
THE QUINT - APLN member C. Uday Bhaskar writes: The breakdown in attaining consensus was attributed to Moscow, which was apparently unhappy with certain references to the war in Ukraine.
KOREA JOONGANG DAILY - APLN member Han Yong-sup writes about the impact of the war in Ukraine on the NPT Review Conference, arguing that the future of the non-proliferation regime is not that bright.