“You Mean They Can Bomb Us?” Addressing the Impact of Neutrality Law on Defense Cooperation

stlbeacon.org - 11/3/2020

The 2018 U.S. National Defense Strategy identifies “strengthening alliances as we attract new partners” as a crucial line of effort. The United States commonly expresses its defense cooperation arrangements through treaties granting the U.S. the right to station forces abroad, such as in South Korea; the right to transit foreign national airspace, such as in Uzbekistan; and the right to pre-position materiel, such as in Poland.

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