Nuclear Weapons

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December 16, 2014 / By Michael Krepon
Repairing the Diplomatic Threat Reduction Enterprise

By Michael Krepon: 

The “nuclear enterprise” – as the nuclear weapons complex and force structure in the United States have been successfully rebranded -- is bloated and in need of

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November 24, 2014 / By Barry Blechman
Too Dangerous to Fail

By Barry Blechman: 

An agreement would have been preferable, of course. But it's not all bad news out of Vienna right now. The decision to extend until July the deadline for

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November 18, 2014
The Role of the IAEA in Balancing Security and Development Priorities in the 21st Century

In a globalized world, preventing the spread of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons is becoming a more confounding proposition than at any other time in our human history. As new

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November 18, 2014 / By Brian Finlay
The Role of the IAEA in Balancing Security and Development Priorities in the 21st Century

By Brian Finlay: 

In a globalized world, preventing the spread of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons is becoming a more confounding proposition than at any other time in our human

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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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