IPS - APLN member Ramesh Thakur argues that a ‘no first use’ policy of nuclear weapons would actually bolster US security — and underpin its global leadership role.
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.
Elaine Natalie and Katie Yoon explore the devastating physical and psychological impacts of nuclear weapons as experienced by the hibakusha, survivors of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings.
Yongsoo Hwang examines North Korea's recent nuclear and missile development activities.
Chung-in Moon and Seung-Chan Boo provide a historical analysis of DPRK and ROK hotlines with lessons learned and policy recommendations.
EAST ASIA FORUM - APLN member Tatsujiro Suzuki writes: Japan seems to have learned a tough lesson about its energy policy. But unresolved issues still haunt the country’s future nuclear prospects.
APLN Executive Director Shata Shetty explores risk reduction and the importance of bridging the gap between deterrence and disarmament advocates.
APLN member Ramesh Thakur argues in a Korea Times open letter to President Biden that developments over the past five years justify the adoption of "No First Use".
Katie Yoon explores South Korea's development of hypersonic weapons and its potential impacts on ROK-DPRK relations.