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The Future of Nuclear Power: An Interdisciplinary MIT Study
Nuclear power could be one option for reducing carbon emissions that contribute to global warming. However, the industry must address several challenges to overcome the current state of decline and ... Read More...


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Nuclear Conflicts of the Twenty-First Century
Examines the prospects for nuclear conflict in the next 20-25 years, a time period that has been identified by some as the"second nuclear age." (Belfer Center, 2/1/2003) Read More...


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Catastrophic Terrorism: Tackling the New Danger
The specter of weapons of mass destruction being used against America looms larger today than at any time since the Cuban missile crisis. The World Trade Center bombing scarcely hints at the enormity ... Read More...


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Against Nuclear Apartheid
Since independence, India's nuclear policy has been to seek either global disarm ament or equal security for all. If nuclear deterrence works in the West, why won't it work in India? (Foreign Affair... Read More...


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The New Threat of Mass Destruction
The risk of a catastrophic exchange of nuclear missiles has receded. Yet the chances of some use of weapons of mass destruction have risen. The United States must pull back from excessive foreign in... Read More...


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Apocalypse soon?
Amid reports that North Korea may have a second plutonium plant, the IAEA says it presents the world’s gravest nuclear-weapons threat. But Iran is running it a close second. Can a dangerous showdown b... Read More...


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Iran: Nuclear Headache is Just Beginning
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Iran's Claim Over Caspian Sea Resources Threaten Energy Security
Calls for energy development in the oil- and gas-rich Caspian Sea basin that would help ensure energy security, a key issue in the war against terrorism. (Heritage Foundation, 9/5/2002) Read More...


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Can China's Tolerance Last?
(Arms Control Association, 1/1/2002) Read More...


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China's Changing Security Calculus
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China's Opposition to TMD is More About Politics Than Missiles
(Nixon Center, 2/1/2000) Read More...


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The Shape of Anti-Terrorist Coalitions in Southeast Asia
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U.S.-North Korea Talks: Forging Security Beyond the Nuclear Issue
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North Korea's Connection to International Trade in Drugs, Counterfeiting, and Arms
The Kim Jong-il regime resembles a cult-based, family-run criminal enterprise rather than a government. United States diplomacy should be aimed at increasing the economic and political pressure on Pyo... Read More...


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Skepticism Triumphant: The Bush Administration and the Waning of Arms Control
The Bush Administration's rejection of the BWC protocols serves as reminder of the disdain for multilateralism and resignations for arms control. (Belfer Center, 12/1/2003) Read More...


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Iran's Nuclear Program: The Russians May Be Ready To Help
(Belfer Center, 6/12/2003) Read More...


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The Missile-Defense Mistake: Undermining Strategic Stability and the ABM Treaty
Washington's plans for a national missile-defense system threaten the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty -- the foundation of international strategic stability (Foreign Affairs, 9/1/2000) Read More...


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The Folly of Arms Control
Ten years after the end of the Cold War, nuclear danger is rising. Despite the end of the struggle in whose name the great nuclear arsenals were built, Washington now seeks to stop proliferation while... Read More...


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A Farewell to Arms Inspections
The return of U.N. arms inspectors to Iraq would do more harm than good -- making a mockery of arms control and actually helping Saddam Hussein develop his doomsday arsenal over the long term. With su... Read More...


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Sanctions of Mass Destruction
As Cold War threats have diminished, so-called weapons of mass destruction -- nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons and ballistic missiles -- have become the new international bugbears. The irony ... Read More...


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One-Day Wonder: The dangerous absurdity of the Bush-Putin arms treaty
The Moscow Treaty ensures maximum US nuclear flexibility. The result is a treaty that makes the world no safer than it was before, and much the worse for failing to achieve a genuine reduction in nucl... Read More...


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Averting Nuclear Disaster
Argues that the best way to prevent a nuclear nightmare in East Asia is to establish an international agreement for controlling the development and transfer of WMDs and to enact related domestic laws.... Read More...


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Al-Qaeda After Afghanistan: What, Where and How?
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U.S. Relations with South Asia and Afghanistan
A Presentation by The Honorable Karl F. Inderfurth, Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs (Nixon Center, 10/22/1998) Read More...


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A Presentation by Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov
Calls for a broadly based global effort to strengthen international institutions and international law to combat terrorism and discusses U.S.-Russian relations. (Nixon Center, 9/19/2001) Read More...


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America's Real Russian Allies
In post 9/11, poll data reveal an unlikely American ally: the Russian masses, who have grown fiercely democratic and will resist any slide toward autocracy. By Timothy J. Colton and Michael McFaul. (F... Read More...


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Countering Russian-Iranian Military Cooperation
Asserts that Russian assistance to Iran in developing ballistic missiles and weapons of mass destruction increasingly threatens U.S. interests, U.S. forces, and U.S. allies in the Middle East. Calls f... Read More...


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Letter Report from the Co-Chairs of the Joint Committee on U.S.-Russian Cooperation on Nuclear Non-P
Presidents' Statement to Accompany Release of Holdren-Laverov Letter Report Statement from Bruce Alberts, President, National Academy of Sciences, Wm. A. Wulf, President, National Academy of Engine... Read More...


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Moscow Hostage Crisis Demands Greater U.S.-Russia Security Cooperation
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Russia's Dangerous Missile Game in Iran
Condems actions of Russia providing advanced missile technology to the radical Islamic regime in Tehran and calls for action by Washington. By Dr. Ariel Cohen and James A. Phillips. (Heritage Founda... Read More...


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