Reagan and the Case for Tactical Nukes in South Korea
By Joseph Bosco
Back to the Future: World Politics Edition
By Gregory Shtraks
What Would Reagan Do About China’s Violations of the Law of the Sea?
By James Kraska
After Incheon: Containment or Liberation?
By Francis P. Sempa
Back to The Future: Republican Foreign Policy and Rebalance
By Mercy A. Kuo and Angelica O. Tang
What Hawks Have to Say About the US Navy’s New Maritime Strategy
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Can China and the US Neutralize the Ring of Gyges?
By Vasilis Trigkas
The Elusive Reagan-Gorbachev Summit Standard
There is a crucial difference between Sunnylands and US-USSR summits: China and the US are in constant contact.
When the Cold War Almost Went Nuclear
Soviet leaders once almost mistook an exercise for an attack. Could China have similar misperceptions?