Syndicate content

Andrei Kokoshin

If Israel Attacks

As things stand, if Iran continues on its path toward obtaining the bomb, Israel will strike, and the consequences would be disastrous for the entire world. Here's how America can convince Israel to live with a nuclear Iran.

War From Cyberspace

As Obama appoints Howard A. Schmidt to a new cybersecurity post, former cyberczar Richard Clarke shows America is the most vulnerable country in the world.

Nuclear Abolition, A Reverie

The hope that we might one day rid the world of nuclear weapons is as old as the technology itself. Atomic destruction has always seemed too great a risk to bear. Yet a nuclear-free world is nothing but a dream—world government, a Praetorian Guard

Russia Goes Ballistic

Russia will surpass U.S. nuclear capabilities within two decades if trends continue. America’s strategic force is a cold-war relic, and while Washington’s weapons break down, Moscow is making bombers and missiles that are newer and deadlier.

Arm Wrestling

As Russia and the United States break the armistice, will China play referee?

The Road to Recovery

A New Year's resolution is in store for U.S. foreign policy.

Commentary

Don't Rush START

The dialogue between the administration and the Senate on America’s nuclear force is too important to be hurried along.

Resetting Democracy

The only people who can push Russia toward democracy are Russians.

NATO's Cyber Threat

Article 5 should not apply to cyber attacks.

Books & Reviews

Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying

From the bikini to the doomsday clock, with the advent of nuclear weapons everything around us seemed to change. Contrarian political scientist John Mueller takes issue with this conventional view of the Atomic Age.

Preventing the Unthinkable

Graham Allison paints a frightful picture of nuclear terrorism. But all is not yet lost.

Who Won the War?

In the Cold War, Reagan overreached--and hit the mark.

Follow The National Interest

April 18, 2014