WHO WE ARE

SSI

Archives

Nuclear Security

Should We Let the Bomb Spread?

Author: Mr Henry D Sokolski Nuclear deterrence and nonproliferation no longer enjoy the broad support they once did during the Cold War. Academics and security experts now question the ability of either to cope or check nuclear rogue states or terrorists. On the one hand, America’s closest allies—e.g., Japan and South Korea—believe American nuclear security …

Should We Let the Bomb Spread? Read More »

Conference Report: International Workshop on the U.S.-ROK Alliance

Author: COL Donald W Boose Jr In October 1995, scholars, military officers, diplomats, journalists, public figures, and concerned private citizens of the two alliance partners and regional states gathered in Seoul, Korea, to assess the impact of these changes and to seek new directions for the alliance. The Strategic Studies Institute is pleased to have …

Conference Report: International Workshop on the U.S.-ROK Alliance Read More »