Global Governance & International Regimes
The proliferation of nuclear weapons create dangers to regional and global security. Stimson experts examine ways to strengthen measures to prevent the spread of these dangerous weapons.
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October 9, 2018 | TYPE: Opinion
American nuclear nonproliferation policy is a combination of economic and security imperatives. Since the early Cold War years, the GOP’s policy response to the international threat of nuclear proliferation has been pro-business/pro-market marked by the intrinsic struggle to strike the right balance between trade and controls. While the Trump administration’s nonproliferation policy might seem unique, I argue that it is far from it.
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