HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in discusses the future of the Korean Peninsula, and concerns surrounding ending the Korean War.
ARIRANG NEWS - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in speaks at a special roundtable along with Stockholm Peace Institute Director Dan Smith hosted by Jen Moon.
PLOUGH - APLN senior associate fellow Jessica Lee writes: The Korean War is still not officially over. According to the Quincy Institute, it’s high time to end it.
Miriam Astrid Rieback argues that concern for nuclear weapons is justified, however states often play by different rules depending on their ranking comparatively to other states.
Jamie Withorne argues that with advancing technologies there will limitless possibilities for rising actors to largely shape upcoming nuclear policy from destruction to disarmament.
Dr. Young-jeon Shin discusses the prospects of Inter-Korean and Northeast Asia cooperation on public health via the NEAPHI.
Dr. Young-jeon Shin discusses the prospects of Inter-Korean and Northeast Asia cooperation on public health via NEAPHI to address healthcare issues in the DPRK.
Dr. Sang Min Park proposes the creation of an inter-Korean Biomedical Cluster as a sustainable model for cooperation in the post-pandemic era.
FOREIGN POLICY - Jessica Lee discusses the prospects of a formal end to the Korean War and urges the Biden Administration to "articulate a forward-looking U.S. agenda on the peninsula".
Dr. Goswami examines the DPRK’s space capabilities, explores how space cooperation can be operationalized and funded, and offers a scenario-based analysis.