GRANDVIEW INSTITUTION - APLN member Hu Yumin argues that a nuclear sharing agreement would not make Japan more secure, and a NATO-like organisation is not applicable to the Asia-Pacific.
How can Japan can support the TPNW and close the gap between the Japanese public support of the treaty and political action?
THE GUARDIAN - APLN member Akira Kawasaki commented on Japan's potential acquisition of first strike capabilities, arguing that it would be in violation of the Japanese constitution.
Dr. Van Jackson explores how different schools of thought on US nuclear strategy would respond to different scenarios in Northeast Asia.
HOPe - The Hiroshima Round Table invites the world's most prominent scholars and researchers in the nuclear/security spheres to advocate on nuclear disarmament and arms control in East Asia.
Dr. Nobumasa Akiyama argues that AUKUS is a catalyst for Japan to broaden regional security strategies to include measures to prevent an arms race.
In light of the DPRK’s resumed nuclear and missile activities, Professor Chung-in Moon probes the likelihood of South Korea and Japan acquiring nuclear weapons.
On the 76th anniversary of the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, four authors highlight the urgent need to eliminate nuclear weapons and ensure they are never used again.
Assessing Northeast Asia Nuclear Domino Webinar 2: Experts assess Japan’s responses to nuclear threats in Northeast Asia, the threat assessment of China and DPRK, and views of the younger generation.
Experts assess the environmental and political implications of Japan's decision to release Fukushima water into the Pacific ocean.