On September 28, APLN Executive Director Shata Shetty and APLN board member Zhao Tong spoke at the Wilton Park conference to discuss emerging technologies and the P5 Process.
PURSUIT - APLN member Trevor Findlay explains how a blind spot in safeguards culture led to a ‘that’s the way we do things around here’ approach at the IAEA. Lessons have been learned since Iraq.
MAINICHI SHIMBUN - APLN Senior Associate Fellow Nobumasa Akiyama spoke about Japan's dilemma between nuclear deterrence and nuclear disarmament, based on the recent discussions at the NPT RevCon.
THE JAPAN TIMES - APLN member Ramesh Thakur wrote on Gorbachev's nuclear legacy, arguing that the Soviet leader deserves much credit for mitigating the risk of a Cold War nuclear conflict.
Dr Manpreet Sethi warns that the behaviour of the five nuclear weapons states leaves the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty more fragile than ever.
Following the collapse of the 10th NPT Review Conference, Carlos D. Sorreta discusses what happened in New York.
THE INDIAN EXPRESS - APLN member C. Raja Mohan advocates adding to what was till now regarded as ‘minimum’ to remain ‘credible regarding India's strategy on building ‘credible minimum deterrence’.
THE QUINT - APLN member C. Uday Bhaskar writes: The breakdown in attaining consensus was attributed to Moscow, which was apparently unhappy with certain references to the war in Ukraine.
KOREA JOONGANG DAILY - APLN member Han Yong-sup writes about the impact of the war in Ukraine on the NPT Review Conference, arguing that the future of the non-proliferation regime is not that bright.
HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in attended a memorial service on the 77th anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki and wrote about two conflicting attitudes toward the nuclear issue in Japan.