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Robert Einhorn on South Korea’s Nuclear Weapon Development
By Mitch Shin
“If North Korea's nuclear threat continues to grow, the answer is not for the United States to support a South Korean nuclear weapons program.”
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.
How, Exactly, Can the US Strengthen Extended Deterrence?
By Clint Work
Strengthening deterrence isn’t all about concrete realities and advanced capabilities. It’s just as much – if not more – about perception.
The Case for South Korea to Go Nuclear
By Seong-Chang Cheong
It may be the best option for the South Korea-U.S. alliance to deter a nuclear war with North Korea.
The Korea-US Extended Deterrence Strategy and Consultation Group: Evaluation and Issues
By Park Ki-Chul
3 points need to be addressed in future working-level EDSCG meetings in order to resolve the fundamental insecurity presented by the North Korean nuclear threat.
Is Japan’s 'Nuclear Allergy' Being Cured?
By Aron Woonink
President Trump’s rhetoric and a highly threatening North Korea are chipping away at Japan's nuclear neuralgia.
4 Ways Trump Can Avoid a North Korea Disaster
By Patrick M. Cronin
The president-elect should double down on deterrence while he reviews North Korea strategy.
Nuclear Weapons for South Korea
By Philip Iglauer
Under threat of a possible fourth North Korean nuclear test, should South Korea develop its own nuclear weapon?