Welcome to Open Nuclear Network
The goal of Open Nuclear Network is to reduce the risk that nuclear weapons are used in response to error, uncertainty or misdirection, particularly in the context of escalating conflict, using innovation, inclusion and dialogue supported by open source data.
Collect open source data
Analyse information and produce actionable briefs
Engage decision makers through trusted networks
Improve dialogue and de-escalate nuclear threat
Using cutting age technologies for open source data analysis
Working with professionally and culturally diverse teams of experts and decision makers from all relevant countries.
Making sure that the conflict we are working on is resolved through peaceful diplomatic means where all parties could have substantive conversation about the root-cause of the conflict supported by fact-based analysis
Latest Analyses, News and Events
The DPRK's First Solid-Propellant ICBM Launch
On 13 April 2023, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) conducted its first flight test of a solid-propellant intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the Hwasong-18.
April 14, 2023
Elin Bergner Joins University of Vienna Network of Non-Resident Fellows
University of Vienna welcomes Elin Bergner as a Non-Resident Fellow at the European Centre for North Korean Studies.
Tianran Xu Interviewed by CNN: Chinese Study: North Korean Missile Could Reach US in 33 Minutes
ONN Analyst Tianran Xu was interviewed by CNN to examine the potential of DPRK's missile to reach the United States in 33 minutes if the United States fails to intercept it.
Korean Peninsula Analysis Centre