Strategic Asia 2013–14
Asia in the Second Nuclear Age
The 2013-14 Strategic Asia volume examines the role of nuclear weapons in the grand strategies of key Asian states and assesses the impact of these capabilities—both established and latent—on regional and international stability. In each chapter, a leading expert explores the historical, strategic, and political factors that drive a country’s calculations vis-a-vis nuclear weapons and draws
implications for American interests.
No Escape: Managing the Enduring Reality of Nuclear Weapons
Russia as a Nuclear Power in the Eurasian Context
China’s Nuclear Modernization: Surprise, Restraint, and Uncertainty
India: The Challenges of Nuclear Operationalization and Strategic Stability
The Future of Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons Program
Nuclear Ambition and Tension on the Korean Peninsula
Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions: Motivations, Trajectory, and Global Implications
Japan’s Nuclear Hedge: Beyond “Allergy” and Breakout
Extended Deterrence, Assurance, and Reassurance in the Pacific during the Second Nuclear Age
The Strategic Asia annual edited volume incorporates assessments of economic, political, and military trends and focuses on the strategies that drive policy in the region. Learn more about Strategic Asia.