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Sameer Lalwani and Travis Wheeler op-ed in War on the Rocks on MIRVs

Some 18 years ago, India and Pakistan conducted successive nuclear tests, joining China as Southern Asia’s three overt nuclear powers and transforming the region into a nuclear trilemma.

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Michael Krepon op-ed in Arms Control Wonk on Senator Corker and the CTBT

Senator Bob Corker, the Republican Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, has taken issue with the Obama Administration’s decision to co-sponsor a UN Security Council Resolution and a companion P-5 statement reaffirming national moratoria against nuclear testing.

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Gordon Adams interviewed in Deutsche Welle on US policy and Syria

On August 20, 2012, President Obama called the use of chemical weapons by Syria's Assad regime a "red line." Four years on with the Syrian war still raging, DW asked three scholars to assess Washington's Syria policy. -snip-

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Stimson's B61 Life Extension Program: Costs and Policy Considerations report cited in Bloomberg

The failed coup in Turkey may have revived a debate in Washington over whether the country should remain in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and a host to U.S.

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Yun Sun quoted in Radio Free Asia on Myanmar and China

Myanmar State Counselor and Foreign Minister Aung San Suu Kyi agreed with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday to work together find a solution to the issue of the stalled Myitsone Dam project, though she did not commit to allowing the project to restart. -snip-

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Stimson's South Asia program cited in Newsweek Pakistan

There’s concern in Pakistan over the strategic partnership between the United States and India.

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Yun Sun op-ed in Transnational Institute on Aung San Suu Kyi’s Visit to Beijing

Aung San Suu Kyi and her NLD government faced a tough situation with China at the time of their inauguration in March.

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Alan Romberg quoted in Forbes on Taiwan-Vatican relations

Taiwan has 22 diplomatic allies, mostly small countries that look to it for development aid.

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David Michel quoted in Circle of Blue on India-Pakistan water tensions

Officials in Pakistan are poised to take their clash with India over hydropower projects in Jammu and Kashmir to the highest levels of international arbitration. It marks the second time in five years that the confrontation has escalated to The Hague.

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Michael Krepon quoted in The Wire on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

New Delhi: As US President Barack Obama counts down his days in office, efforts to burnish his legacy with a 

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