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How North Korea's ICBM and New 'Thermonuclear' Bomb Might 'Decouple' the US and Its Allies
September 04, 2017

How North Korea's ICBM and New 'Thermonuclear' Bomb Might 'Decouple' the US and Its Allies

By Ankit Panda
North Korea's objective is the end of the United States alliances in Northeast Asia. ICBMs and big nukes may get it there.

5 Takeaways on North Korea's Ballistic Missile Overflight of Japan
August 29, 2017

5 Takeaways on North Korea's Ballistic Missile Overflight of Japan

By Ankit Panda
North Korea carries out what is likely its most provocative ballistic missile test to date.
North Korea's ICBM: A New Missile and a New Era
July 07, 2017

North Korea's ICBM: A New Missile and a New Era

By Ankit Panda and Vipin Narang
North Korea didn’t just acquire an ICBM out of nowhere.

Americans Need to Get Used to North Korean Intercontinental-Range Ballistic Missiles
May 16, 2017

Americans Need to Get Used to North Korean Intercontinental-Range Ballistic Missiles

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The United States would do well to start dealing with North Korea as if it was already in possession of an ICBM.

Under Trump, A Looming North Korean ICBM Threat Brings Alliance 'Decoupling' Fears Back to East Asia
May 02, 2017

Under Trump, A Looming North Korean ICBM Threat Brings Alliance 'Decoupling' Fears Back to East Asia

By Ankit Panda
How long until Trump wonders out loud why the U.S. should risk American cities for Korean and Japanese cities?

How Capitalism Conquered North Korea
October 16, 2014

How Capitalism Conquered North Korea

By Zachary Keck
Plus, American maritime strategy, offset strategies, and extended deterrence. Some general interest links.

Three Hidden Time Bombs in the US-Japan Alliance
February 28, 2014

Three Hidden Time Bombs in the US-Japan Alliance

By Patrick M. Cronin
The US and Japan need to align their policies on China strategy, deterrence and offensive military capabilities.
Rebalancing Alliances: The Forgotten Side of the US Pivot
October 04, 2013

Rebalancing Alliances: The Forgotten Side of the US Pivot

The rebalancing of the US-Japan and US-ROK alliances proves that the pivot to Asia is alive and well.

Do Chemical Weapons Threaten US Extended Deterrence in Asia?
September 13, 2013

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?

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