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Nothing if not persistent: North Korean exploitation of Fijian and Cambodian flags at sea

Catherine Dill

Guest post by Jake Hulina Jake Hulina is a research assistant at CNS and an undergraduate student at Middlebury College. His research interests include missile proliferation, geospatial analysis, and maritime tracking.  Due to North Korea’s continuing pursuit of nuclear weapons and advanced delivery systems, the United Nations Security Council has placed comprehensive sanctions on North …

Can Beijing Make Good Trouble?

Lyric of the week: All alone the captain stands Hasn’t heard From his deck hands The gambler tips his hat And walks towards the door It’s the second half Of the cruise And you know he hates to lose –Neil Young, “Cripple Creek Ferry” Quote of the week: “Something further may follow of this Masquerade” …

Lessons Learned from the War in Yemen

The war in Yemen has seen the highest usage of ballistic missiles since the Iraq War, and the highest usage of ballistic missile defense assets in any conflict, offering a preview of any future conflicts with Iran. Aaron and Scott talk about a new CSIS report, The Missile War in Yemen, the utility and difficulties …

Abolition and Addiction

Quotes of the week: “It is clear that the use of such a weapon cannot be justified on any ethical ground which gives a human being a certain individuality and dignity even if he happens to be a resident of an enemy country.” –Enrico Fermi and Isador Rabi, Addendum to the Report of the General …

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