Matt Korda assesses the nuclear weapons and delivery systems that the DPRK could use in the event of an imminent US invasion or regime change operation.
David Wright identifies key uncertainties that the US and its allies must consider when assessing the effectiveness of defense systems against potential DPRK attacks.
Dmitry Stefanovich examines existing and future risk reduction measures and incident prevention mechanisms, focusing on opportunities for Asia-Pacific.
Dr Daryl Press, Professor at Darthmouth College, analyses hypothetical scenarios that could lead to the United States deciding to use nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula.
New special report by APLN member and President of the Sejong Institute, Dr. Sang Hyun Lee, assesses the evolution and development of DPRK’s asymmetric military capabilities - nuclear weapons, ...
This synthesis report assesses the potential for an effective Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus program as part of a renewed diplomatic approach to the DPRK.
James I. Matray describes the reasons for the outbreak of the Korean War and US entry into the conflict, and lessons learnt.
Nick Hansen offers a primer on nuclear missile delivery systems deployed and under development in the US, Russia, China, India, Pakistan, and DPRK.
The authors set out ten cases highlighting the range of ways in which nuclear weapons might be used on the Korean Peninsula.
John Carlson shows how states pursuing nuclear energy programs may have latent weapons capabilities and sets out how to address proliferation risks.