Planned and edited by the Institute, Asia-Pacific Review (APR) is the English-language academic journal published twice a year available at more than 2,000 universities and research institutes worldwide through Taylor & Francis Group online. The journal analyzes issues in diplomacy and security, industry and trade, and economics and society with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. Since its inception in 1994, Asia-Pacific Review publishes articles written by leading scholars, diplomats, politicians, and business people who are actively involved in making decisions that affect the Asia-Pacific region in the twenty-first century.
Launched in 2010, NPI Quarterly is the official bulletin of Nakasone Peace Institute. It provides quarterly updates on the Institute's policy-oriented research and activities including those with external organizations such as international think tanks. The President, senior executives, and other senior researchers, together with full-time researchers, present research results, including analysis that forms the basis for policy formulation and decision-making, as well as proposals for effective policies, suggestions for revisions to existing policies, and proposals for new policies.