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China Announces Commissioning of DF-26 Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missile Brigade
April 17, 2018

China Announces Commissioning of DF-26 Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missile Brigade

By Ankit Panda
A brigade comprising at least 22 DF-26 launchers has been commissioned into the People's Liberation Army Rocket Force.
Pakistan Tests Enhanced-Range Variant of Babur Nuclear-Capable Land-Attack Cruise Missile
April 16, 2018

Pakistan Tests Enhanced-Range Variant of Babur Nuclear-Capable Land-Attack Cruise Missile

By Ankit Panda
The Pakistani military claims the new Babur-IB variant has a range of 700 kilometers.

US North Korea Policy After the Olympics
February 10, 2018

US North Korea Policy After the Olympics

By James J. Przystup
A closer look at Washington’s policy options after the likely expiry of the Winter Olympic truce.

What Groundhog Day Teaches Us About Nuclear Deterrence
February 03, 2018

What Groundhog Day Teaches Us About Nuclear Deterrence

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The movie Groundhog Day teaches an important insight about the fragile underpinning of nuclear deterrence theory.

How Should We Write About Nuclear Weapons?
January 19, 2018

How Should We Write About Nuclear Weapons?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
How should one combine the human with the abstract when writing about nuclear weapons?
India Tests Most Advanced Nuclear-Capable ICBM
January 18, 2018

India Tests Most Advanced Nuclear-Capable ICBM

By Franz-Stefan Gady
India's defense ministry says the coutry has successfully test-fired a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile.

How a State Department Study Prevented Nuclear War With China
October 25, 2017

How a State Department Study Prevented Nuclear War With China

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The U.S. considered preemptive strikes to prevent Mao from attaining nuclear weapons.
The Sinpo-C-Class: A New North Korean Ballistic Missile Submarine Is Under Construction
October 18, 2017

The Sinpo-C-Class: A New North Korean Ballistic Missile Submarine Is Under Construction

By Ankit Panda
U.S. intelligence has detected a large, new submarine under construction: the Sinpo-C.

What North Korea Means – and Doesn’t – for Nuclear Deterrence
September 15, 2017

What North Korea Means – and Doesn’t – for Nuclear Deterrence

By John Borrie, Tim Caughley, and Wilfred Wan
Rather than underscoring the enduring logic of nuclear deterrence, the case of North Korea highlights its flimsiness.

North Korea: The End of the Nuclear Taboo?
August 29, 2017

North Korea: The End of the Nuclear Taboo?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Is the North Korean nuclear crisis slowly eroding the so-called nuclear taboo?

Denuclearization Is Dead, Now Let’s Bury It
August 15, 2017

Denuclearization Is Dead, Now Let’s Bury It

By Michael Haas
The US does have a credible military option for dealing with North Korea. It’s called nuclear deterrence.
Why Trump Should Beware the North Korea Double Freeze Deal
July 06, 2017

Why Trump Should Beware the North Korea Double Freeze Deal

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The administration must keep in mind limitations of a proposal that has been gaining momentum.

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