The Arctic is an increasingly crucial region for 21st century geopolitics, but America is trailing its rivals. Why does the Arctic matter, and how can we catch up?
Mike CotéJune 15, 2023
History shows that a high-end weapon system, alone on the battlefield, can be outmatched and overtaken by lesser systems.
Garrett ExnerMay 9, 2023
The strategic anxiety of encirclement has driven great-power policy for centuries; Russia and China represent the modern version of this classic security dilemma.
Mike CotéApril 21, 2023
France’s centuries-long quest for strategic autonomy has more often than not led to bad outcomes for the French.
Mike CotéApril 19, 2023
As military spending spirals, should Tokyo consider channeling the free-market spirit of the 1980s?
Steven TuckerMarch 18, 2023
The return of Maoist-style agricultural communes in China are a foreboding sign of a return to the China of half a century ago.
Xueli Wang & Jianli YangMarch 14, 2023
In Japan, even the dead get a say in how the nation’s war-machine should be run by the living.
Steven TuckerMarch 12, 2023
There is no peacetime in the Maoist worldview. The Chinese spy balloon was one more means for Beijing to turn the strategic environment to its advantage.
Marc LiVeccheFebruary 8, 2023
China is committing cultural genocide against the Uyghurs according to standards set by the UN
Mark HallimJanuary 24, 2023
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