A response to Sam Roggeveen’s critique of his proposal for a peace conference that would end the Korean War.
Philip Bobbitt is the Herbert Wechsler Professor of Federal Jurisprudence and Director of the Center for National Security at Columbia Law School. He is the author of "Democracy and Deterrence: The History and Future of Nuclear Strategy," and the editor, with Sir Lawrence Freedman and Dr. Gregory Treverton of "U.S. Nuclear Strategy: A Reader."
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What’s Really Going On in Constitution Pipeline v. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
A ruling about water-quality permit implicates national security.
Announcing the latest edition of the Aegis Paper Series from the Hoover Institution.
China has an opportunity to play the sort of geopolitical role hitherto reserved to the U.S. and Russia.
North Korea has made a grave tactical error that opens up an alternative approach for the United States.
Current U.S. policy toward Pyongyang is failing, but facilitating a nuclear guarantee from China to North Korea may prove a viable solution.
On Tuesday, during lunch at my desk, I watched a CNN roundtable which, though pretty hard on General Flynn, professed to be baffled as to what happened after Sally Yates went to the White House Counsel to warn that Flynn had been lying about his contacts with the Russian ambassador and that the Russians were aware of this. Why did it take seventeen days before Flynn was fired? Didn’t the president take these warnings seriously?