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.
New incentives for nuclear weapon states in the Asia-Pacific has Southeast Asian countries eager to ratify disarmament protocol.
The 2016 APLN meeting, organized with collaborators, addressing the Southeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone (SEANWFZ) and steps to secure nuclear weapons states’ signatures of the SEANWFZ Protocol.