APLN statements are published in response to significant events relevant to global nuclear diplomacy.
Group Statement: Protecting Nuclear Arms Control Is a Global Imperative
Over 250 senior figures from 50 countries warn that nuclear arms control must not be allowed to fall victim to geopolitical competition.
Renewed Call to End the War in Ukraine
100 senior political, diplomatic, military, and expert figures from across the Asia-Pacific region have joined with APLN to call for an immediate end to the war in Ukraine.
Policymakers and Experts Endorse Recommendations for Security Cooperation
36 senior political, diplomatic, and expert figures from NEA endorse a list of recommendations for expanding security cooperation in the region.
APLN Statement on the War in Ukraine
100 senior APLN members and other influential figures from the Asia-Pacific call for politicians to remember their humanity and end the war in Ukraine.
Chair's Response to the Russia-Ukraine Conflict
Dr. Marty Natalegawa, Chair of APLN and former Foreign Minister of Indonesia, issues a response to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
APLN Chair Responds to the Joint P5 Statement on Preventing Nuclear War and Avoiding Arms ...
APLN Chair Dr. Marty Natalegawa welcomes the joint P5 statement on preventing nuclear war and avoiding arms races.
“A Nuclear War Cannot Be Won and Must Never be Fought”
APLN released a joint statement with leadership groups to call on P5 states to jointly reaffirm that “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought.”
New CTBTO Head a Plus for the Asia-Pacific
APLN congratulates Dr. Robert Floyd on his election as Executive Secretary of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO).
UK Abdicates its Global Responsibility in Nuclear Weapons Surge
Gareth Evans responds to the UK's announcement to increase its nuclear warheads, arguing that it is an abdication of the UK's global responsibility.
APLN Statement on 75th Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Gareth Evans and Chung-in Moon review global progress on nuclear disarmament and the need to remember the devastation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.