Deterrence on the Korean Peninsula
January 24, 2023
Robert Einhorn on South Korea’s Nuclear Weapon Development
By Mitch Shin
“If North Korea's nuclear threat continues to grow, the answer is not for the United States to support a South Korean nuclear weapons program.”
November 08, 2022
How, Exactly, Can the US Strengthen Extended Deterrence?
By Clint Work
Strengthening deterrence isn’t all about concrete realities and advanced capabilities. It’s just as much – if not more – about perception.
July 15, 2022
3 Lessons from the Russia-Ukraine War for the South Korea-US Alliance
By Jihoon Yu and Erik French
The ongoing conflict in Ukraine offers several vital lessons for South Korea-U.S. alliance in its efforts to deter North Korea.
June 21, 2022
Learning to Live With a Nuclear North Korea
By Jong Eun Lee
A mutually assured deterrence could be an alternative diplomatic strategy toward Pyongyang.
November 13, 2019
Don’t Lose Sight of Under-the-Hood Changes to South Korea’s Defense Posture
By Brad Glosserman and S. Paul Choi
South Korea’s defense posture is undergoing important and underappreciated changes, which bear on its alliance with the United States.
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