Combating 21st century threats requires smart partnerships between the U.S. and actors around the globe. Stimson experts propose pragmatic ideas that support cooperation and serve the interests of multiple states.
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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.
October 9, 2018 | EXPERT:
American nuclear nonproliferation policy is a combination of economic and security imperatives. READ MORE
April 10, 2018 | EXPERT:
Quote of the week: “Escalation is inherent in war both because the desire to win and the need not to lose.” – V.R. Raghavan, “Limited War and Escalation Control,” Nonproliferation Review, 2001. READ MORE
March 12, 2018 | EXPERT:
Quotes of the week: “The battle for the mind of Ronald Reagan was like the trench warfare of World War I: never have so many fought so hard for such barren terrain.” — Peggy Noonan READ MORE
January 16, 2018 | EXPERT:
Another rupture, another sense of betrayal. US-Pakistan relations have once again reached a low point with the Trump administration’s decision to withhold most funding for military assistance. READ MORE