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Attacking Iran is Still a Fool’s Errand
January 08, 2014

Attacking Iran is Still a Fool’s Errand

By Zachary Keck
The arguments for a U.S. attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities are as unconvincing as ever.
No, Pakistan Won’t Sell Saudi Arabia Nukes
August 14, 2013

No, Pakistan Won’t Sell Saudi Arabia Nukes

The argument that Islamabad would furnish Riyadh with nuclear weapons is far-fetched.

Why Countries Build Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century
July 03, 2013

Why Countries Build Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century

Proliferation no longer begets proliferation– conventional military power does.

Kenneth Waltz: 1924-2013
May 15, 2013

Kenneth Waltz: 1924-2013

Kenneth Waltz, a seminal scholar of international relations, has died at 88, leaving an immense influence on the field.

Opening Pandora's Box: If Israel Strikes Iran, What About Hezbollah?
October 13, 2012

Opening Pandora's Box: If Israel Strikes Iran, What About Hezbollah?

Hezbollah, through direct strikes or terrorism, could complicate Israel’s decision to attack Iran and spark an even greater regional crisis.

Can Moscow and Washington Join Hands in the Pacific?
October 03, 2012

Can Moscow and Washington Join Hands in the Pacific?

With Russia intensifying its regional diplomacy and America ‘rebalancing’ to the Pacific, both nations have much to gain by working together.

N. Korea’s “New Look” Nuclear Program
August 30, 2012

N. Korea’s “New Look” Nuclear Program

Pyongyang’s nuclear program hasn’t been in the headlines lately. In the next few months that could change.

Rough Waters? The State of the ROK-U.S. Alliance
August 22, 2012

Rough Waters? The State of the ROK-U.S. Alliance

A number of developments suggest Washington and Seoul have different visions for the future.

An Act of Self-Preservation: Why Iran Wants the Bomb
August 14, 2012

An Act of Self-Preservation: Why Iran Wants the Bomb

The real roots of Iran’s nuclear program lie not in physics – but in Iran’s own sense of history.

Indonesia's CTBT Step
December 27, 2011

Indonesia's CTBT Step

Indonesia’s decision to ratify the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty should be seen as a small but welcome step.

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