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What Twitter Taught Me About (Nuclear) War With North Korea
September 03, 2017

What Twitter Taught Me About (Nuclear) War With North Korea

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Are social scientists trivializing nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula?

Is the 'Rules Based Order' Worth Keeping Up?
September 15, 2016

Is the 'Rules Based Order' Worth Keeping Up?

By Robert Farley
How large are the stakes for the United States in sustaining the current global order?
Of Course China, Like All Great Powers, Will Ignore an International Legal Verdict
July 11, 2016

Of Course China, Like All Great Powers, Will Ignore an International Legal Verdict

By Graham Allison
In ignoring an upcoming verdict on the South China Sea, Beijing is following well-established precedent by great powers.

When Is Great Power War Likely?
August 26, 2014

When Is Great Power War Likely?

By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss great power war with Alex Ward of The Atlantic Council.

When Might a Great Power War Make Sense?
August 26, 2014

When Might a Great Power War Make Sense?

By Ankit Panda
What will it take for either the U.S. or China to decide to go to war with the other?

Only US Can Prevent Great Power War
August 22, 2014

Only US Can Prevent Great Power War

By Alex Ward
The preconditions for a hegemonic war currently exist in the world, but the U.S. can still prevent one.

No, Great Power War Isn't Obsolete
August 22, 2014

No, Great Power War Isn't Obsolete

By Rod Lyon
"Great powers, especially nuclear-armed ones, don’t go to war with each other lightly. But sometimes wars happen."
Erectile Dysfunction and Strategy
June 06, 2014

Erectile Dysfunction and Strategy

By Robert Farley
Let's not get too caught up in the notion of credibility.

Why the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Isn't Going Away Anytime Soon
April 16, 2014

Why the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Isn't Going Away Anytime Soon

By Ankit Panda
The dispute over the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands is going to remain a major issue in China-Japan relations for a while.

A Lesson From Ukraine: Balance Threats Internally
March 27, 2014

A Lesson From Ukraine: Balance Threats Internally

By Ankit Panda
Russia's invasion of Crimea and Ukraine's lack of preparedness holds some important lessons for other states.

Russia in Crimea: When States Act Out of Insecurity
March 15, 2014

Russia in Crimea: When States Act Out of Insecurity

By Ankit Panda
Did Western policymakers in Ukraine forget that security is often the greatest foreign policy motivator?
Slouching Toward Offshore Balancing
February 09, 2014

Slouching Toward Offshore Balancing

By James R. Holmes
With America facing fiscal constraints, are lawmakers are absentmindedly adopting offshore balancing?

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