Strategic uncertainty in East Asia is leaving nations look to their defences. At the same time, the United States is leading a push to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in international security. In this major international research report, the Lowy Institute's Rory Medcalf and Fiona Cunningham have worked with a team of experts from Japan, China, South Korea and Australia to look at what these cross-cutting trends mean for the future of nuclear weapons in the security of US allies in Asia. This project involved collaboration with the Japan Institute of International Affairs and support from the Nuclear Security Project of the Nuclear Threat Initiative.

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