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August 20, 2014 / By James McKeon
Scottish independence could leave UK nuclear weapons homeless

By James McKeon: 

On September 18, the residents of Scotland will determine whether to remain in the United Kingdom or become independent for the first time since 1707. On the surface,

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August 07, 2014 / By Michael Krepon
The myth of stable nuclear deterrence

By Michael Krepon: 

Nuclear deterrence was conceptualised in the US even before the Soviet Union produced atomic weapons. Anticipating that the Kremlin would acquire the ‘ultimate’

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July 10, 2014 / By Michael Krepon
Stimson’s South Asia programming to reduce nuclear dangers

By Michael Krepon: 

The Stimson Center first ventured into South Asia in 1992, carrying a toolbox of confidence-building and nuclear risk-reduction measures that helped keep the Cold

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June 17, 2014 / By Joshua T. White
Book Review: Bringing Pakistan In From the Cold

Review by Joshua T. White: 

Since the earliest days following the nuclear tests by India and Pakistan in 1998, policymakers in the United States and Europe have struggled to envision a

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June 09, 2014 / By Cheryl L. Ramp
Carnegie Corporation of New York: There from the start

By Cheryl Ramp: 

Before the ink was even dry on the incorporation papers of the brand-new Henry L. Stimson Center, the Carnegie Corporation of New York made its first investment in our

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