Getting the Pacific Deterrence Initiative Right
By Benjamin Rimland and Patrick Buchan
The PDI will undoubtedly set the groundwork for U.S. defense posture in Asia for the foreseeable future. Getting it right matters.
The US and Japan After the INF Treaty
By Ankit Panda
Is this a game-changer for the U.S.-Japan alliance?
US Intermediate-Range Missiles in East Asia: Critical Deterrent or Needless Provocation?
By Steven Stashwick
It isn’t clear that the United States necessarily needs land-based intermediate missiles to achieve the missions they are envisioned for.
Where Will the US Base Intermediate-Range Missiles in the Pacific?
By Evan Karlik
Japan's Ryukyu Islands and Palau are the most probable contenders for new U.S. intermediate-range missiles.
Will the End of the INF Treaty Start an Arms Race?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The end of INF will have strategic implications well beyond Russia and the United States.
In a Post-INF Treaty World, the United States Must Consider Its Basing Options in Asia
By Kelsae Adame and Ankit Panda
It’s too late to save the INF Treaty, but there’s still little clarity on what a post-INF world looks like.