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Core Group Policy Memos
India's Nuclear Doctrine: An Alternative Blueprint
NUCLEAR SECURITY PROGRAMMEInstitute of Peace and Conflict Studies
Will Egypt Go Nuclear?
Perspectives Papers on Current Affairs
September 13, 2012
Chinese Nuclear Modernization: Assuring a limited but reliable counterattack capability
By Hui Zhang
Senior Research Associate, Project on Managing the Atom, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School
China and the New U.S. Missile Defense in East Asia
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Will Nuclear Weapons Be More or Less Important in the Future?
By Matthew Fargo
PONI Debates the Issues Blog
New START: A Net Assessment
by Stela Petrova
European Leadership Network
China's Evolution on Ballistic Missile Defense
The Role of Nuclear Weapons in the Future Security Environment
By Elbridge Colby
A quarter century ago, nuclear weapons were central to US military planning – yet today they are largely consigned to the background. How important will they be a quarter century from now?
Extended Nuclear Deterrence in Northeast Asia
by Jeffrey Lewis
August 1, 2012
NATO−Russia Relations and Missile Defense: “Sticking Point” or “Game Changer”?
Carnegie Moscow Center Working Paper, June 2012
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