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June 03, 2015 / By Michael Krepon
“Wobbly” Global Nuclear Order and Iran

Stimson's Michael Krepon discusses the "wobbly" nature of the global nuclear order and how the Iran negotiations are affecting it.

"Any deal struck with Iran is going to have

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May 14, 2015 / By Barry Blechman
Protecting U.S. Security by Minimizing the Role of Nuclear Weapons: A New U.S. Nuclear Policy

A new report finds that the U.S. has mistakenly pursued a nuclear strategy that is costly and out of touch with 21st century security needs. The report titled, Protecting U.S.

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May 13, 2015 / By Barry Blechman
Stark Choices Left if Iran Talks Fail

Stimson's Co-Founder Barry Blechman discusses the ongoing Iran nuclear negotiations and what’s at stake if negotiations fail.

"I can't emphasize enough how important these talks are,"

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April 29, 2015 / By Michael Krepon
Deterrence Instability & Nuclear Weapons in South Asia

The Stimson Center has published a new collection of essays, "Deterrence Instability and Nuclear Weapons in South Asia." This 200-page book evaluates the current state of deterrence

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April 29, 2015 / By Michael Krepon, Shane Mason, Julia Thompson
Deterrence Instability & Nuclear Weapons in South Asia

Deterrence between India and Pakistan is becoming less stable with the passage of time and an increase in nuclear weapon capabilities. India and Pakistan have not addressed basic issues

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