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Social Media: Security: Arms Control

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NPT Export Controls and the Zangger Committee
Fritz Schmidt discusses how the Zangger Committee could help increase cooperation between suppliers and recipients and the role the International Atomic Energy Agency should play in NPT export control... Read More...


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Overcoming the Stalemate on the Korean Peninsula
The Bush Adminstration policy seeks to create fundamental change in the way the North Koreans interact with the world. President Bush's message: they must learn to play by the rules of the internatio... Read More...


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Bush's Nuclear Revolution: A Regime Change in Nonproliferation
The White House's radical new strategy to combat the spread of weapons of mass destruction will likely make the world less secure, not more. By George Perkovich. (Foreign Affairs, 3/1/2003) Read More...


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China and Missile Defense
NMD or TMD could provoke a destabilizing arms race in East Asia. A panel discussion with Dr. Ronald Montaperto and Dr. Michael O'Hanlon. (Nixon Center, 10/19/2000) Read More...


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China: The Forgotten Nuclear Power
Washington is leaving a crucial piece out of the nuclear puzzle. It will be China, not Russia or any rogue, whose nuclear policy will concern America most in the years ahead. Before rushing to deploy ... Read More...


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Defending America: A Plan for a Limited National Missile Defense
President Bush should seek to defend America against long-range ballistic missile attack. But defending Americans against attack does not require a large and expensive system, or immediate treaty-bus... Read More...


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French Views on Missile Defense
France does not object to the idea of missile defense in general, but feel that NMD will alter the strategic balance, and is not commensurate to the true potential scenario of attack against the US. ... Read More...


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Iranian Nuclear Weapons and U.S. Policy
Geoffrey Kemp, Director of Regional Strategic Programs at The Nixon Center, talks about a possible Iranian nuclear weapons program and how it relates to broader geopolitical issues involving the Unite... Read More...


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BBC In Depth: Crisis in the Gulf
Analysis of Iraq weapon inspection crisis. (11/14/99) Read More...


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NMD Testing Does Not Have to Wreck the ABM Treaty
(World Policy Journal, 9/1/2001) Read More...


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The Most Urgent Security Threat?
Discusses American perspective regarding possible theft of nuclear weapons or weapons-usable material from Russia for use against Americans. (Nixon Center, 1/19/2001) Read More...


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Deterrence and the ABM: Retreading the Old Calculus
(World Policy Journal, 9/1/2001) Read More...


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National Security Strategy
The National Security Strategy of the United States of America (09/17/2002) Read More...


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U.S.-Russia Summit Priorities: The Strategic Framework, a Nuclear Arms Agreement, and Trade
Summit framework could lay the foundation for a new 21st century security architecture while facilitating Russia's integration into the European-North Atlantic security and economic environment. (Her... Read More...


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Preventing a Crisis in U.S.-Russian Relations Over Moscow's Nuclear Technology Exports
(Heritage Foundation, 3/3/2003) Read More...


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Controlling Nuclear Warheads and Materials: A Report Card and Action Plan
The possibility that nuclear weapons or the materials needed to make them could be stolen and fall into the hands of terrorists or hostile states poses among the most urgent threats to U.S. and intern... Read More...


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A Scary Thought: Loose Nukes in North Korea
This development undermines global nonproliferation efforts that have been successful for decades, and represents an imminent danger to the security of the region. Our position in that diplomacy must ... Read More...


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Prospects for U.S.-Russian Nonproliferation Cooperation Under Bush and Putin
(Belfer Center, 1/1/2003) 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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Can China's Tolerance Last?
(Arms Control Association, 1/1/2002) Read More...


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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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U.S.-North Korea Talks: Forging Security Beyond the Nuclear Issue
(Heritage Foundation, 4/23/2003) Read More...


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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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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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