More Than Just Nuclear: Risk Reduction in the China-US Relationship
By Fiona S. Cunningham
There is a strong case for discussing this new “nuclear plus” feature of both countries’ approach to strategic deterrence.
South Korea-US Summit Will Unveil New Efforts to Bolster Nuclear Deterrence
By Aamer Madhani
When President Yoon visits this week, President Biden will announce specific new nuclear deterrence efforts as well as a new cybersecurity initiative.
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.
China-US Tensions Put Nuclear War Back in the Spotlight
By Jacob Parakilas
A nuclear arms race isn’t new, per se, but it does help refocus our attention on dangers that have long been with us.
China’s Nuclear Gambit
By Valerie Niquet
Don’t be distracted by the aerial incursions and naval build-ups – the real action is China’s nuclear build-up, in the hopes of deterring any U.S. intervention in a regional conflict.
The US Doesn’t Need to Worry About Japan (or Any Other Ally) Going Nuclear
By Gregory Kulacki
No U.S. ally is going to become the next North Korea. That’s a thin excuse for a new U.S. nuclear buildup.
What the New US Nuclear Posture Means for Northeast Asia
By Masashi Murano
Changes in the 2018 U.S. Nuclear Posture Review could alter the strategic environment in East Asia.