UkraineAlertFeb 29, 2024
Bowing to Putin’s nuclear blackmail will make nuclear war more likely
By Peter Dickinson
By allowing themselves to be intimidated by Putin’s nuclear threats, Western leaders risk plunging the world into a dark new era of insecurity and aggression, writes Peter Dickinson.
In the NewsFeb 16, 2024
Garlauskas published in Foreign Affairs
On February 15, Markus Garlauskas and the Korea Society’s Jonathan Corrado published a new piece in Foreign Affairs titled, “The Arsenal of Autocracy: How North Korean Weapons Fuel Conflict—and How to Stop the Flow.” The article emphasizes the importance of building a United States-led international effort to stop North Korea from establishing arms trade relationships […]
New AtlanticistFeb 15, 2024
Russian nuclear anti-satellite weapons would require a firm US response, not hysteria
By Clementine G. Starling, Mark J. Massa
If fielded, such weapons would directly challenge norms of responsible behavior in space and present a serious risk to all nations’ satellites.
In the NewsFeb 13, 2024
Guevara Moyano in eseuro.com on arms transfer controls
By Inigo Guevara Moyano
On February 13, Transatlantic Security Initiative nonresident senior fellow Inigo Guevara Moyano published an opinion piece on the eseuro.com website discussing arms transfer controls.
ReportFeb 2, 2024
Requirements for nuclear deterrence and arms control in a two-nuclear-peer environment
By Greg Weaver and Amy Woolf
Gregory Weaver and Amy Woolf discuss the future of US nuclear posture and arms control, as the United States will soon face two adversaries with peer nuclear arsenals.
IranSourceFeb 2, 2024
Iran is on its way to replacing Russia as a leading arms exporter. The US needs a strategy to counter this trend.
By Danny Citrinowicz
The US must understand the seriousness of the situation: without active measures, it will be extremely tough to stop Iran from becoming a world leader in arms sales
In the NewsJan 15, 2024
IPSI report on simultaneous conflicts referenced in VOA
On January 14, IPSI’s report, “The United States and its allies must be ready to deter a two-front war and nuclear attacks in East Asia,” was referenced in a VOA article, which underscored the report’s warning about the potential for China to target US bases in South Korea in a conflict with the United States.
UkraineAlertJan 11, 2024
Arsenal of Autocracy: North Korea and Iran are arming Russia in Ukraine
By Olivia Yanchik
Together with Iran and North Korea, Russia has succeeded in establishing an Arsenal of Autocrats that now threatens to plunge the world into a new era of war and insecurity, writes Olivia Yanchik.