THE SUNDAY GUARDIAN - APLN member Manpreet Sethi writes: While nuclear power could be a solution for climate concerns, it nevertheless, suffers from its own set of problems.
Dr. Manpreet Sethi identifies factors that heighten novel nuclear risks and makes recommendations for measures to arrest them.
Tatsujiro Suzuki presents a series of recommendations on how the Japanese government should manage and eventually reduce and eliminate its plutonium stockpile.
Is there hope for a swift resolution to peacekeeping talks with the DPRK? Perhaps not, but Dr. Hayes has two important suggestions for trust-building with the nuclear power.
The authors summarize what is known about the DPRK's energy sector and provide suggestions on how its energy insecurity could be addressed in relation to productive engagement on nuclear weapons.
The APLN convened in Jeju against looming nuclear threats, heightened levels of regional uncertainty, and the draft publication of a UN convention to prohibit the acquisition of nuclear weapons.
South Korea, confronted with energy resources that are growing rapidly insufficient for the needs of the population, has turned to nuclear engineering to provide a stable energy supply to the country.
The Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority (PNRA) is the new big word in Pakistan's nuclear policies. Opaqueness in the PNRA, however, limits public input--which impedes safety standards.
Addressing the Southeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone (SEANWFZ) and steps to secure nuclear weapons states’ signatures of the SEANWFZ Protocol.
The 2016 APLN meeting, organized with collaborators, addressing the Southeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone (SEANWFZ) and steps to secure nuclear weapons states’ signatures of the SEANWFZ Protocol.