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 member Sadia Tasleem examines the status of the four non-NPT nuclear-armed states -- India, Pakistan, DPRK and Israel -- vis-à-vis the three core objectives of the NPT.
APLN Board member Ramesh Thakur discusses the ineffectiveness of the NPT while also bringing light to its normative potential.
The authors summarize what is known about the DPRK's energy sector and provide suggestions on how its energy insecurity could be addressed in relation to productive engagement on nuclear weapons.
APLN member and former PM of Australia Kevin Rudd offers his solution to the North Korean nuclear problem.
Patrick McEachern's paper brings insights into North Korea's nuclear doctrine under Kim Jong Un.
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.
Negotiations over the fissile materials cut-off treaty (FMCT) may finally be restarted. This is why the FMCT remains important among states unlikely to outright sign off on the Ban Treaty.
Fifty years after the NPT was put into force, the new Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) continues to exacerbate some tensions.
India may well have the clout to change the narrative among the four nuclear-armed states outside of the NPT.