Analysis Anatomy of a Failed Summit: At Hanoi, All or Nothing Ends with Nothing
Writing for CNN, FAS’ Adam Mount analyzes the collapse of the Hanoi summit: “It is time for a reset of US negotiation policy. Without a decisive shift in tactics, the talks will stagnate and fail, and a third summit will only end like the second.” →
The India-Pakistan Military Crisis
Ending the India-Pakistan Crisis Requires a Courageous Modi
Ankit Panda for The Atlantic: Pakistani PM’s release of the captured Indian pilot speaks to the “courage” needed on both sides to stand down. →
Kim-Trump Summit Ends Abruptly with No Deal
Appearing on Euronews Tonight, Ankit Panda explained that sanctions relief was the key issue of disagreement that led to the breakdown of US-North Korea talks in Vietnam, but there is not a “total collapse” on either side of negotiations. →
Understanding What Happened at the US-North Korea Summit in Hanoi
Ankit Panda dissects the collapse of the Hanoi summit for The Diplomat: North Korea wants sanctions relief before denuclearization. →
Can nuclear-armed Pakistan and India step back from the brink?
Top Nuke General: Russia Is Exploiting Gaps In New START
Speaking to Defense One, Hans Kristensen notes: Gen. Hyten also wanted “all nuclear weapons to be included in a treaty.” →
Military Deception: A Handbook
The theory and techniques of military deception were detailed this week in a new Army publication for military planners that also implicitly illuminates the role of deception in other contexts. →
National Emergencies, & More from CRS
New and updated publications from the Congressional Research Service, not all published online by CRS, include Defense Primer: Electronic Warfare, Immigration: U.S. Asylum Policy, and more. →
Open Position Research Assistant/Associate for the Defense Posture Project
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International Study Group on North Korea Policy Briefing
Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 6 p.m.
FAS’ Adam Mount and Mira Rapp-Hooper of the International Study Group on North Korea Policy will discuss their latest report on North Korea strategy. Tickets →