Agent Orange in Vietnam: Legality and US Insensitivity
By Phan Xuan Dung
3 Years Ago, Kim Jong Un Got Away With Murder
By Aidan Foster-Carter
Global WMD Risks Are Rising. It’s Time to Do Something About It
By James Revill, John Borrie, and Augusta Cohen
What Do Asian Governments Think About the US Strike on Syria?
By Catherine Putz
Kim Jong-nam's Assassins in Malaysia Used VX Nerve Agent. That's a Big Deal.
By Ankit Panda
Did a North Korean Chemical Weapons Expert Actually Defect to Europe?
By John Power
Does Syria Hold Lessons for North Korea?
Of course there are differences, but could a Syria-like trade work on the peninsula?
Do Chemical Weapons Threaten US Extended Deterrence in Asia?
If the U.S. doesn’t respond to Syria’s chemical weapons use, will its Asian allies doubt its commitment to them?
Chemical Weapons are NOT WMDs
Chemical weapons are the one type of unconventional weapon with which naval crews can cope.
Obama’s Most Dangerous WMD Precedent in Syria
Obama set a dangerous precedent when he called for an investigation into who ordered the chemical weapon attacks in Syria.
Here Come the Missile Carriers
Could aircraft carriers be eclipsed by new technology? We breakdown the top defense and foreign policy articles for your weekend.
Syria, Chemical Weapons and the Burden of Proof
Some see problems with the evidence that many are citing as proof Syria used chemical weapons.