After North Korea’s successful ICBM test on July 4, does the Trump administration have any realistic policy options to deter the Kim Jong-un regime?
Rebeccah HeinrichsJuly 13, 2017
Some dismiss North Korea and Iran’s threat, but such a view ignores the devastating impact a high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (EMP) event could have on the United States.
Alan DowdMay 30, 2017
It is past time to take North Korean crimes against humanity and the North Korean military threat very seriously.
Anne R. PierceApril 24, 2017
Here is what you should know about the secretive autocratic regime that has ruled North Korea for more than sixty years.
Joe CarterApril 21, 2017
There are legitimate reasons to brace for the worst on the Korean Peninsula. The challenge in bracing for the worst is to not hasten the worst.
Alan DowdApril 20, 2017
Bret Baier’s new book Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission focuses on Ike’s 1961 farewell speech eschewing the “military industrial complex.”
Mark TooleyMarch 9, 2017
In the second part of our conversation with Rebeccah Heinrichs, we cover why the United States should have nuclear weapons, the need for missile defense, how just war theory would critique the mutual assured destruction (MAD) strategy, and more.
Rebeccah Heinrichs & Mark MeltonDecember 16, 2016
In the second episode of Foreign Policy ProvCast, Rebeccah Heinrichs speaks about her article on nuclear deterrence.
Rebeccah Heinrichs & Mark MeltonDecember 9, 2016
One area, happily, where President-elect Donald Trump has left little room for concern, at least during the campaign, is missile defense.
Alan DowdNovember 15, 2016
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