"...this paper will address how China’s military campaign to take the Senkaku Islands would likely unfold, to include China’s campaign objectives; the military and para-military forces it will employ and how the PRC is preparing those forces; how it might counter U.S....

"Influential parts of America’s professional foreign policy commentating class are finally, and predictably, coming around to the idea that nothing can be done about North Korea’s nuclear weapons and long range missiles, and that the US needs to 'get used to it.'”

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Dr. David Santoro, a nuclear proliferation and sensitive technology expert, published this article for Pacific Forum CSIS. Dr. Santoro points out that it is counterproductive to regard North Korea's ICBM test as a "game-changer." He takes the position that sanctions ne...

Grant Newsham, the CEO of the Risk Mitigation Foundation's affiliated 3rd Rail organization and a Foundation Advisory Board member, teamed up with geopolitical risk and global energy expert, Mr. Jeremy Maxie, and the two co-authored this piece for the Center for Strate...

"Containing China? Some common sense will do just fine"

Risk Mitigation Advisor and 3rd Rail CEO Grant Newsham published a geopolitical piece in Asia Times which addresses the concept that the United States has attempted to "contain China." Mr. Newsham argues that the p...

China record suggests the U.S. look elsewhere for handling Pyongyang

Grant Newsham

Published in Asia Times, Risk Mitigation Advisor and CEO of its affiliated "3rd Rail" Organization, Mr. Grant Newsham reminds readers of China's long-term goals in the Region and its wea...

Try sanctions, real sanctions this time.

Published in Asia Times, Grant Newsham makes the case for trying real sanctions that have yet to ever be put in  place--ones that severely crack down on all of North Korea's "licit" activities, including: banking, trade, currency...

Risk Mitigation meeting in Osaka, Japan

Dr. Elizabeth Chan, the CEO of the Risk Mitigation Foundation, met in Osaka, Japan with Risk Mitigation Advisor Dr. Robert Eldridge and his wife, Ms. Emiko Eldridge (seated at the left in the kimono), along with Ms. Akiko Doi (cen...

Dr. Robert Eldridge, a Risk Mitigation Advisor, argues in this piece that the time has come to move away from caution and towards a proactive approach to securing the Senkakus as the rightful territory of Japan. He suggest a number of interesting options that Japan cou...

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