Global Risk and Crisis Management Program
The U.S.-Russia Arms Control Regime Ended by the Russo-Ukrainian War: The Implications of Nuclear Intimidation for Deterrence Against China (Part 2) [in Japanese]
Summary As the strategic goals of the status quo state(the United States), the revisionist state (China), and the declining state (Russia) are different, it is not easy to establish an arms control system among the three. In addition, the development of hypersonic glide vehicles and other developments have blurred the boundaries between nuclear and non-nuclear assets. As the institutional design of the Cold War era finally comes to a true end, how should Japan get involved in the search for a new system?