Will the New Nuclear Consultative Group Alleviate South Korea’s Deterrence Concerns?
By Anna Dawes and Manseok Lee
The establishment of the NCG represents a timely and measured response to changing domestic situations in South Korea as well as the growing nuclear threat from North Korea.
Yoon and Biden Announce ‘Washington Declaration’ to Lock in Nuclear Deterrent
By Mitch Shin
In Yoon’s visit to Washington this week, South Korea and the United States reaffirmed their joint efforts to respond to North Korean nuclear threats.
What Nuclear Weapons Sharing Trends Mean for East Asia
By A. B. Abrams
Washington’s possible pursuit of nuclear sharing in Asia would capitalize on one of its main strategic advantages in the region: its many partners and allies.
Japan, South Korea Wonder: How Strong Is the US Nuclear Umbrella?
By Takahashi Kosuke
Concerns over the United States’ extended deterrence are growing in Tokyo and Seoul.
Is It Time for Nuclear Sharing in East Asia?
By Elmar Hellendoorn and Christine M. Leah
The dynamics that generated U.S.-NATO nuclear sharing in Europe in the late 1950s seem to be emerging in Asia today.