Dr. Jargalsaikhan discusses the possibility of a Northeast Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone through the "3+3 formula" and Mongolia's potential leading role.
Dr. Jargalsaikhan discusses the possibility of a Northeast Asian nuclear-weapon-free zone through the "3+3 formula" and Mongolia's potential leading role.
The 7th issue of the Korean Journal features seven essays on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and related issues by APLN network members.
Peter Hayes discusses better ways to prepare for the uncertain futures created by the COVID-19 pandemic as opposed to relying on primitive nuclear weapons.
Michael Hamel-Green proposes a phased establishment of a regional Northeast Asian NWFZ negotiated in tandem with a regional comprehensive security agreement.
Professor Mely Caballero-Anthony offers a perspective from South East Asia on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
Mongolia, as a nuclear-weapon-free zone, has plenty it can teach the rest of Northeast Asia on playing an active role in safeguarding the world for future generations.
A regional NWFZ can be used to quarantine a zone from the real risks of nuclear war. Japan stands to gain numerous benefits should their government actively promote the creation of one.
The 1987 nuclear-free act was a milestone in New Zealand’s development as a nation.
The Southeast Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone (SEANWFZ)'s stance is to promote regional security and US interests. The future of the treaty remains murky under the Trump administration.