Combined Deterrence Needed to Tackle NK Nuclear Threats

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May
20

President Moon Jae-in and his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden are scheduled to meet in Washington, D.C., May 21. There will be no shortage of issues for the two leaders to discuss. However, from my own experience of preparing for, and …

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Nightmare: A New Missile Arms Race with China Is a Recipe For Disaster

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May
19

Washington has gotten ever more hysterical about China, betraying not a small crisis of self-confidence. Concerns from a decade ago about intellectual property, excessive carbon emissions, and Beijing’s military purchases from Russia have morphed into the “total” trade war in …

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Report on Chinese Nuclear and Missile Proliferation

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May
19

The U.S. government has continued to express concerns about China’s record concerning the proliferation of nuclear- and missile-related technologies to other countries, with more recent focus on the threat of Chinese acquisition of U.S.-origin nuclear technology. Official U.S. government reports …

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U.S. Says China Is Resisting Nuclear Arms Talks

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May
18

China is resisting bilateral talks with the United States on nuclear weapons, the U.S. disarmament ambassador told a U.N. conference on Tuesday, as Washington seeks to advance efforts to reduce nuclear arms stockpiles. “Despite the PRC’s dramatic build-up of its …

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The Bitter Reality of the China Nuclear Threat

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May
17

Here’s What You Need to Remember: China’s military seems like it is growing in every direction possible. For example, Chinese shipbuilders are adding new aircraft carriers, amphibs and destroyers at an alarming pace. Chinese armored vehicle engineers are fast-adding new …

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Nuclear Deterrence Remains Department’s Highest Priority Mission

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May
14

While the Defense Department is conducting a series of strategic reviews that will include U.S. nuclear policy and posture, the department still considers nuclear deterrence its highest priority mission, defense leaders said. “Our nuclear forces remain essential to ensure that …

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Biden Must Be Clear About What Nuclear Weapons Are For

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May
12

President Joe Biden has assumed command of the U.S. nuclear arsenal at a particularly turbulent time. The Trump administration, consistent with former President Donald Trump’s own fixation on the destructiveness of nuclear weapons, accelerated programs to develop a new generation …

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