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CommentaryThe Case for a Pacific Deterrence Initiative
When war broke out in Ukraine in 2014 the Department of Defense moved swiftly to invest billions in near-term enhancements in Europe to address growing military-operational sh...
By Randy Schriver & Eric Sayers
CommentaryAddressing America's Operational Shortfall in the Pacific
The Trump administration has made a number of strong statements about the need for the United States to do more to prepare for great power competition with China. Officials ha...
By Mark Montgomery & Eric Sayers
CommentaryAmerica and Japan in a Post-INF World
How long do estimates suggest it would take the People’s Liberation Army Rocket Force to destroy all major U.S. air, naval, and logistics bases in Japan? Some have argued that...
By Eric Sayers & Sugio Takahashi
CommentaryTime to Make Good on the U.S.-Philippine Alliance
A storm is brewing in America’s oldest security alliance in the Indo-Pacific and the administration needs to act quickly to head it off. On December 20, Philippine Secretary o...
By Gregory Poling & Eric Sayers
CommentaryAssessing America's Indo-Pacific Budget Shortfall
Budgets are policy in Washington. Setting new trends in Pentagon and State Department funding is a tall order, so when they do emerge, they are the strongest indication of a g...
By Eric Sayers
CommentaryExiting the Russia nuclear treaty impacts military strategy in Asia
President Trump recently announced that the United States will soon exit the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia. This will open significant options for the U...
By Eric Sayers & Abraham M. Denmark
This point is becoming increasingly accepted in defense circles. Defense experts at places like Washington’s Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments have been sounding ...
By Elbridge Colby & Eric Sayers