The U.S. will have to rethink its policy and strategic force structure to deal with Asian nuclear “multipolarity,” according to a recent report for the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR). “Nuclear multipolarity in Asia poses a number of unique challenges for U.S. national security, which are often novel from similar problems faced under conditions of nuclear bipolarity,” says Matthew Kroenig in the executive summary of the report, “Approaching Critical ...

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