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New Start for START

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Now that New START has passed the Senate, Stimson has put together a compilation of its recent nuclear work to inform readers about the future of nuclear nonproliferation.

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Experts

   

  Barry Blechman          Brian Finlay           Michael Krepon

 

Books and Reports

 

 National Perspectives on Nuclear Disarmament, edited by Barry Blechman, compiled the analyses of nuclear experts from around the world looking at the issue of nuclear disarmament.

Program: Unblocking the Road to Zero, Author: Barry Blechman

 

 



 

Nuclear Dangers, Nuclear Realities examines the convergence of renewed global interest in nuclear energy (specifically in the Middle East) with international efforts to free the world of nuclear weapons and to prevent the spread of nuclear materials and technology.

Programs: Southwest Asia, Unblocking the Road to Zero, and Managing Cross Boundaries

 

 

The Changing Political Utility of Nuclear Weapons: Nuclear Threats from 1970-2010, examines the evolution of nuclear weapons during the transition from the Cold War to the 21st century.

Program: South Asia, Author: Samuel Black

 

 

 

Elements of a Nuclear Disarmament Treaty is a comprehensive analysis of the technical measures required to achieve and sustain a world without nuclear weapons. Topics in this far-sighted volume include the verified destruction of nuclear weapons, the safeguarding of dangerous nuclear materials, and the governance and enforcement of a nuclear-free world.

Program: Unblocking the Road to Zero, Author: Barry Blechman 

 

  

Michael Krepon’s Better Safe Than Sorry: The Ironies of Living with the Bomb, shows the way forward to continue to eliminate nuclear weapons.

 Author: Michael Krepon

 

 

 

 

Media

Dr. Barry Blechman and Alex Bollfrass provide the Viewpoint on Zero Nuclear Weapons: The Pragmatic Path to Security in November’s Nonproliferation Review (by subscription only).

Michael Krepon comments on the difficulty of passing START in the New York Times.

 

Other Analysis

Scare Tactics by Michael Krepon

Verifying Nuclear Arms Reduction by Michael Krepon

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