Tag Archive for: "nuclear deterrence"
Submarines and nuclear umbrellas

Late in 2022—a year of war, pandemic, climatic disaster and attempted nuclear coercion—a number of news outlets published a photograph of a rare event. True, the photograph was of particular interest to only a small …

Negotiating the nuclear minefield at AUSMIN

Nuclear weapons are once more a serious political issue. They seem likely to be a topic of close discussion at next week’s AUSMIN talks, especially after Washington’s recent concerns that the Albanese government might seriously …

Biden’s nuclear posture review is too timid for 2022

Nuclear weapons are serious capabilities, and declaratory policies are serious commitments. So readers who have followed the US government’s nuclear posture product line since President Bill Clinton’s first review in 1994 have learned to expect …

Policy, Guns and Money: Deterrence special

In this special episode, ASPI Executive Director Justin Bassi speaks to Lisa Curtis, senior fellow and director of the Indo-Pacific security program at the Center for a New American Security and former senior director for …