After suspending the INF Treaty, neither Russia nor America wasted much time announcing new missile projects. What are the implications for European security of a new generation of theatre missiles? The Euromissile Crisis of the 1980s has some clues.
In his latest article, Kristian A. Kennedy examines the modernization of intermediate-range missiles outside of Europe and discusses the relevancy of the unmodified INF Treaty in the 21st century.
Kristian Kennedy discusses the extent to which Obama’s actions in Russia are a modern application of Kennan’s Cold War policy of containment.