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100 Years on From World War I: Lessons on Great Power Competition in East Asia
November 11, 2018

100 Years on From World War I: Lessons on Great Power Competition in East Asia

By Robert Farley
It's best to avoid repeating the mistakes made in the past.
US INF Withdrawal: Weighing the Costs in Europe and the Benefits in Asia
November 05, 2018

US INF Withdrawal: Weighing the Costs in Europe and the Benefits in Asia

By Ankit Panda
Yes, withdrawing from the INF Treaty opens up options in Asia, but are they worth it?

Imagining a Post-INF US Posture in East Asia
October 29, 2018

Imagining a Post-INF US Posture in East Asia

By Ankit Panda
The challenges to U.S. intermediate-range missile deployments in Asia shouldn't be overlooked.

US Withdrawal From the INF Treaty Isn’t About Russia
October 25, 2018

US Withdrawal From the INF Treaty Isn’t About Russia

By Abraham Ait
Growing Chinese and Korean missile capabilities are forcing Washington’s hand with regard to the INF withdrawal.

US INF Withdrawal, Archipelagic Defense, and Managing the China Challenge
October 24, 2018

US INF Withdrawal, Archipelagic Defense, and Managing the China Challenge

By Ankit Panda
Is the case in Asia for conventional U.S. cruise missiles strong enough to justify the INF withdrawal?
INF Withdrawal: Bolton’s Tool to Shatter China-Russia Military Ties?
October 24, 2018

INF Withdrawal: Bolton’s Tool to Shatter China-Russia Military Ties?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
U.S. withdrawal from the INF Treaty could heat up the Russia-China border.

US Withdrawal From the INF Treaty: Considerations in East Asia
October 22, 2018

US Withdrawal From the INF Treaty: Considerations in East Asia

By Robert Farley
Does withdrawing from the INF Treaty bring the United States advantages in Asia?
Putin's Exotic New Missiles Didn't Come From Nowhere. What Can the US Do in Response?
March 07, 2018

Putin's Exotic New Missiles Didn't Come From Nowhere. What Can the US Do in Response?

By Lawrence J. Korb
The last thing the world needs is another arms race. The U.S. would do well to avoid taking Putin's bait.

Russia Opposes Japan's Decision to Deploy Aegis Ashore
December 29, 2017

Russia Opposes Japan's Decision to Deploy Aegis Ashore

By Ankit Panda
Russia believes the deployment of these systems will undermine its interests.

Deterring North Korea
May 24, 2017

Deterring North Korea

By Masashi Murano
The United States and its allies need to review and reconstruct their multi-layered deterrence strategy.

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