Marianne Hanson reviews key developments that will affect the 10th NPT RevCon and proposes steps that can be taken to minimize risks and prevent unwanted outcomes.
APLN Executive Director Shata Shetty urges the NWS to make concrete and substantive progress on nuclear disarmament to help restore legitimacy, confidence, and trust in the NPT.
On 8-9 July, APLN co-hosted two webinars with KNPS assessing the NPT and its relevance for nuclear threats and security dynamics in Northeast Asia.
The 7th issue of the Korean Journal features seven essays on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and related issues by APLN network members.
Marin Lucic and Michal Onderco assess what to expect from China when the NPT Review Conference takes place.
Ambassador (ret.) John Tileman argues that states must take the opportunity offered by the delayed NPT Review Conference to create momentum on nuclear risk reduction.
Ramesh Thakur evaluates the NPT and its ability to solve the DPRK nuclear challenge.
This workshop aimed to enhance convergence between the NPT and Ban Treaty, to positively influence the 2020 NPT RevCon and strengthen the global disarmament and non-proliferation regime.
Ambassador and APLN member Rakesh Sood assesses which doctrinal and technical steps would be consistent with the objective of nuclear disarmament.
Angela Kane brings a spotlight on the lack of trust between the nuclear haves and the have-nots, calling for cooperation from both sides.