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NBR Reports (Jun 2016)

Approaching Critical Mass: Asia's Multipolar Nuclear Future

Matthew Kroenig

This report explores the dynamics of a multipolar nuclear order in Asia and assesses the implications for U.S. foreign and defense policy.

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Approaching Critical Mass: Asia's Multipolar Nuclear Future
Matthew Kroenig

Back Issues

North Korea and Asia's Evolving Nuclear Landscape: Challenges to Regional Stability
Aaron L. Friedberg, Robert Jervis, J. James Kim, Jina Kim, Matthew Kroenig, Sugio Takahashi, Michito Tsuruoka and Christopher P. Twomey
(Aug 17)

Russia-China Relations: Assessing Common Ground and Strategic Fault Lines
Michael S. Chase, Evan S. Medeiros, J. Stapleton Roy, Eugene Rumer, Robert Sutter and Richard Weitz
(Jul 17)

The Future of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Change and Continuity in North Korea Policy
Nam Hoon Cho, Kuyoun Chung, Roberta Cohen, Patrick M. Cronin, Yong-sup Han, Bruce Klingner, Kongdan Oh, Andrew Injoo Park and Hun Joo Park
(Apr 17)

Japan and the Sino-Russian Entente: The Future of Major-Power Relations in Northeast Asia
Shoichi Itoh, Ken Jimbo, Michito Tsuruoka and Michael Yahuda
(Apr 17)

Asia’s Energy Security amid Global Market Change
Muhamad Izham Abd. Shukor, Clara Gillispie, Antoine Halff, Mikkal E. Herberg, Meghan L. O’Sullivan, Leslie Palti-Guzman and Cecilia Tam
(Dec 16)

Taiwan: Asia’s Orphan?
Steven M. Goldstein
(Dec 16)

Australia's Strategic Culture and Asia's Changing Regional Order
Nick Bisley
(Dec 16)

Pakistan's Strategic Culture: Implications for How Pakistan Perceives and Counters Threats
C. Christine Fair
(Dec 16)

U.S.-ROK-Japan Trilateralism: Building Bridges and Strengthening Cooperation
Daniel Sneider, Yul Sohn and Yoshihide Soeya
(Jul 16)

Approaching Critical Mass: Asia's Multipolar Nuclear Future
Matthew Kroenig
(Jun 16)

U.S.-China Relations in Strategic Domains
Christopher Yung, Wang Dong, Elbridge A. Colby, Wu Riqiang, Adam Segal, Tang Lan, Brian Weeden, Xiao He, Travis Tanner, Zhao Minghao, Roy Kamphausen and Jessica Drun
(Apr 16)

The Rise of Chinese Innovation in the Life Sciences
Xiaoru Fei, Benjamin Shobert and Joseph Wong
(Apr 16)

Mapping Pakistan’s Internal Dynamics: Implications for State Stability and Regional Security
Mumtaz Ahmad, Dipankar Banerjee, Aryaman Bhatnagar, C. Christine Fair, Vanda Felbab-Brown, Husain Haqqani, Mahin Karim, Tariq A. Karim , Vivek Katju, C. Raja Mohan, Matthew J. Nelson and Jayadeva Ranade
(Feb 16)

Taiwan's Strong but Stifled Foundations of National Power
David Gitter and Robert Sutter
(Jan 16)

Indonesia: A Regional Energy Leader in Transition
Natalie Bravo, Clara Gillispie, Mikkal E. Herberg, Hanan Nugroho, Alexandra Stuart and Nikos Tsafos
(Dec 15)

Preparing for Future Disasters: Strategic Assistance and the U.S.-Japan Alliance
Thomas B. Fargo, Noboru Yamaguchi, Ryo Sahashi, Kei Koga and Alison Szalwinski
(Jun 15)

U.S., Japanese, and Asian Energy Security in a New Energy Era
Mikkal E. Herberg
(Apr 15)

Innovate in India: Global Perspectives on the Continuing Evolution of India's IP Policy
Roy Kamphausen
(Mar 15)

In from the Cold: U.S.-New Zealand Ties Returning to Normal
Murray Hiebert, Benjamin Schaare and Christopher Doyle
(Dec 14)

Rival Regionalisms and Regional Order: A Slow Crisis of Legitimacy
Ellen L. Frost
(Dec 14)

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