China and the Far Seas
By Andrew S. Erickson and Austin M. Strange
Chinese Navy’s Role in Syrian Chemical Weapons Disposal
By Shannon Tiezzi
Will Russia Regret “Owning” Syria?
Putin has established Russia as Assad’s patron. As the US can attest, that’s not all it’s cracked up to be.
What to Make of Chemical Weapons Claims in Syria
“…we do not know for sure whether or not chemical weapons were even used…”
The Long Shadow of Chemical Weapons
As recent debates swirl around nuclear weapons, chemical weapons have the potential to cause great harm — especially in Asia.
Lightly Arming Syrian Opposition is U.S.’ Best Option
Providing light anti-tank weaponry and non-lethal support for the opposition could help end the violence in Syria.
Syria’s Chemical Weapons Menace
Assad’s chemical weapons risk turning Syria’s tragedy into something even more dreadful.
The Other WMD Threat
Despite international attention focusing on Iran, close ally Syria likely already has a WMD option.