ARMS CONTROL TODAY - APLN member Melissa Parke argued that despite some gloomy developments, there is reason for optimism that multilateral arms control has a brighter future.
Marianne Hanson provides a detailed summary of the TPNW 2MSP, highlighting key findings, proposed initiatives, and challenges, emphasizing the importance of the TPNW MSPs as a crucial forum for ...
Angela Woodward discusses the ongoing and historical harm caused by nuclear weapons and highlights the TPNW as the first international agreement with recent developments.
THE INTERPRETER - APLN member Marianne Hanson argued that Indonesia’s ratification of the TPNW highlights the need for Australia to follow suit and support the treaty.
NEWSWEEK - APLN member Melissa Parke argued that the only way to ensure nuclear weapons are never used again is to take them out of arsenals and eliminate them through the TPNW.
ICAN - APLN member Melissa Parke, ICAN’s Executive Director, delivered a statement to the high level opening session of the second Meeting of States Parties to the UN Treaty on the Prohibition.
ASPI - APLN member Marianne Hanson co-wrote an article with Margaret Beavis, emphasizing the importance of disarmament and trust-building in the context of global security.
Toshio Sano argues that adopting the TPNW is currently not a viable option for Japan as it would require letting go of US extended deterrence, compromising its security.
Enkhsaikhan Jargalsaikhan says the definition of NFWZs can and should be expanded to incorporate a larger swath of the globe.
Marty Natalegawa discusses ways to get global nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament initiatives moving forward again.