By Geoff Wilson and John Isaacs Admiral Charles Richard, Commander of the U.S. Strategic Command, painted a dire picture of the nuclear threats the United States faces from abroad, and claimed that they could only be met by renewing the U.S. commitment to nuclear dominance over the coming century. In his two days of testimony […]
By John Isaacs Despite the massive superiority of American military forces over China by most major metrics, there is a rising clamor in Washington, D.C., appealing for a substantial increase in the Biden military budget to confront a resurgent China. However, the United States has a substantial lead in key capacities, such as total annual […]
Program Coordinator Abby Pokraka wrote an op-ed in Responsible Statecraft on the importance of paying attention to the tensions between the nuclear-armed states of India, Pakistan and China. For decades, India and Pakistan have clashed over Kashmir, the mountainous region both countries claim. But to make matters more complicated, China has a stake in the […]
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey and former intern Jessica Budlong wrote an op-ed in Responsible Statecraft about how the little-known Arms Trade Treaty has influenced the U.S.-China diplomatic chess board. Almost four years into its term, the Trump administration continues to abandon international security agreements at a dizzying clip. These actions are providing China with the […]
Executive Director John Tierney spoke with SkyNews (Australia) about the need for U.S. political leaders to work toward reducing nuclear weapons stockpiles and threats.