Chung-in Moon argues that there is no guarantee that the Biden Administration will bring back a peaceful world order, with implications for South Korea.
Korea Times essay winner Dong-suk Yoo explores ROK and Japan’s opposition to the Ban Treaty.
Korea Times essay contest winner Alexander M Hynd considers how best to promote non-proliferation within South Korea.
Nobuyasu Abe asserts that it would be feasible but not desirable for South Korea and Japan to become nuclear-armed, and urges both countries to think of other ways to maintain their national security.
The THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) -- one of the U.S.'s key components of its missile defense architecture -- has a history of skepticism directed towards it.
Professor Yong-Sup Han of KNDU discusses the history of the ROK's position on nuclear weapons and suggests recommendations for denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.
APLN Vice Chair Chung-in Moon explains the ROK's perspective on breaking the nuclear deadlock and in making tangible progress towards negotiating with North Korea.
The annual meeting of the APLN convened this week in Jeju, ROK, against the backdrop of looming nuclear threats and heightened levels of regional uncertainty.
South Korea, confronted with energy resources that are growing rapidly insufficient for the needs of the population, has turned to nuclear engineering to provide a stable energy supply to the country.
Nuclear experts debated and discussed the option of South Korea going nuclear against the backdrop of North Korean nuclear issues.