Marina Favaro uses machine learning to identify the emerging technologies that are most likely to escalate a crisis past the nuclear threshold.
INDIA NARRATIVE - APLN Board member Manpreet Sethi analyzes the Biden-Putin Summit, focusing on the promise it holds globally and for India.
Tanya Ogilvie-White examines the implications of Australia’s hypersonic weapons developments and suggests the need for dialogue and arms control.
Robert Ayson analyses the scenarios that could trigger a nuclear war in the Taiwan strait and how it can be avoided.
THE BULLETIN - APLN Chair Gareth Evans argues that there is a long way to go in achieving a safer nuclear-weapons-free world, but getting nuclear-armed states to embrace NFU would be a place to start.
A webinar exploring No-First-Use policies, their contribution to nuclear risk-reduction and disarmament, and new possibilities for their adoption by additional nuclear-armed and allied states.
APLN Chair Gareth Evans analyzes the NFU policy and assesses the feasibility of universal buy-in of said strategy among the world's nine nuclear-armed states.
Masahiko Asada assesses the relevance of the UNSC's Resolution 1540 today, and how well it still holds up as a measure against the non-proliferation of nuclear arms.
THE TIMES - Ernest J. Moniz and Des Browne respond to the UK government's announcement on policy changes that go against the Biden administration's global commitment to reduce nuclear risks.
UNIDIR - APLN member Tong Zhao shared his analysis in UNIDIR’s Dialogue on Nuclear Disarmament, Deterrence and Strategic Arms Control.