The Russia-Ukraine war and challenges for the new South Korean government to strike a balance between regional powers that have taken opposing sides.
Łukasz Kulesa describes the consequences of the Russian aggression against Ukraine on disarmament, non-proliferation and arms control.
Shyam Saran outlines the implications of Ukrainian Crisis for India, discussing India's response and the possible repercussions for the Indo-Pacific and India.
APLN Senior Research Advisor Tanya Ogilvie-White urges the international community to act now to support Ukraine and de-escalate the conflict.
Dr. Kennedy Graham offers a commentary on the future prospects of the TPNW ahead of the First Meeting of the States Parties.
Tanya Ogilvie-White argues that carefully devised and implemented NFU policies could significantly reduce global nuclear dangers.
Marianne Hanson reviews key developments that will affect the 10th NPT RevCon and proposes steps that can be taken to minimize risks.
Tanvi Kulkarni warns that while nuclear risks and dangers are constantly evolving, the states and its citizens are not prepared for a nuclear disaster.
Emmanuelle Maître offers feasible ways to limit the most destabilizing effects of the Asia-Pacific’s growing missile competition.
In light of the 2022 Review Conference to be held, Michiru Nishida outlines how the normative and step-by-step approaches to nuclear disarmament can be combined to achieve global denuclearization.