South Asia

    [WMD] Trilateral Strategic Confidence Building Measures in Southern Asia
    SPECIAL REPORTS

    [WMD] Trilateral Strategic Confidence Building Measures in Southern Asia

    28 Oct 2021 | Feroz Hassan KHAN

    Special report by Brig. (Ret.) Feroz Khan assesses current relations and escalation risks and proposes measures to stabilise tensions and improve peace and security in Southern Asia.

    India-Pakistan Nuclear Dynamics
    WMD PROJECT

    India-Pakistan Nuclear Dynamics

    23 Sep 2021 | Rakesh SOOD

    New special report by APLN member and former Indian Ambassador, Rakesh Sood, examines the India-Pakistan nuclear relationship by analysing the crises between the two states, the origins of the ...

    [WMD] India-Pakistan Nuclear Dynamics
    SPECIAL REPORTS

    [WMD] India-Pakistan Nuclear Dynamics

    23 Sep 2021 | Rakesh SOOD

    Rakesh Sood examines the India-Pakistan nuclear relationship: the crises between the two states, the origins of conflict, the internal political dynamics, and their prospects for crisis management.

    Real Lesson Korea Should Take Away From Fall of Kabul
    MEMBER ACTIVITIES

    Real Lesson Korea Should Take Away From Fall of Kabul

    8 Sep 2021 | MOON Chung-in

    HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in identifies three predominate reactions to the fall of Afghanistan and proposes a new way of reading the situation from Korea's perspective.

    Can Nuclear Confidence-Building Measures between India and Pakistan be Revived?
    POLICY BRIEFS

    Can Nuclear Confidence-Building Measures between India and Pakistan be Revived?

    3 Dec 2020 | Marianne HANSON

    Dr. Marianne Hanson highlights the dangers in Indo-Pakistan-China relations and recommends CSBMs steps towards lowering the risk of nuclear use.

    Non-NPT Nuclear-Armed States and the NPT: Closing the Gap
    POLICY BRIEFS

    Non-NPT Nuclear-Armed States and the NPT: Closing the Gap

    11 Jan 2018 | APLN

    APLN member Sadia Tasleem examines the status of the four non-NPT nuclear-armed states -- India, Pakistan, DPRK and Israel -- vis-à-vis the three core objectives of the NPT.

    The Nuclear Gyre in South Asia and Beyond
    POLICY BRIEFS

    The Nuclear Gyre in South Asia and Beyond

    7 Feb 2017 | Sumit GANGULY

    Both the Sino-Indian rivalry and the Indo-Pakistani rivalry have potentially destabilizing effects for South and East Asia. The impasse in all three states continues to expand.

    Asia–Pacific Strategic Nuclear Policy Dialogues 1: The United States and Its Allies
    POLICY BRIEFS

    Asia–Pacific Strategic Nuclear Policy Dialogues 1: The United States and Its Allies

    25 Jan 2017 | David SANTORO

    Although dialogue is strong between the US and Asia, there is much to be desired between the Asia-Pacific's nuclear-armed states themselves. A two-part review by David Santoro.

    South Asia and China Regional Meeting 2017
    EVENT REPORTS

    South Asia and China Regional Meeting 2017

    19 Jan 2017 | APLN

    APLN members from South Asia and China convened in New Delhi to review global nuclear threats and regional challenges posed by the nuclear deterrence triad between China, India and Pakistan.

    South Asia and China Regional Meeting 2017
    EVENT REPORTS

    South Asia and China Regional Meeting 2017

    19 Jan 2017 | APLN

    APLN members from South Asia and China met in New Delhi to review global nuclear threats and the regional challenge posed by the nuclear deterrence triad between China, India and Pakistan.

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