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    A Return to Arms Control
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    A Return to Arms Control

    Jun/2/2008, By APLN

    A Return to Arms Control Monday, June 2, 2008 SHORTLY AFTER taking office in 2001, President Bush began leading the United States in a radical new direction on nuclear arms strategy. The president ...

    The New Nuclear Risk
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    The New Nuclear Risk

    Mar/31/2008, By APLN

    Humans love to suppress abstract dangers. They react only after they get their fingers burned. In handling nuclear risks, however, we can hardly get away with such childlike behavior. To begin with, ...

    The right nuclear red line
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    The right nuclear red line

    Dec/5/2007, By APLN

    By deflating so much of the hyperbole around the issue, the National Intelligence Estimate offers an opportunity to end the international stalemate with Tehran. Having just returned from a series of ...

    Seeking the best or the second best: Lessons learned from Six Party Talks
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    Seeking the best or the second best: Lessons learned from Six Party Talks

    Oct/22/2007, By APLN

    Introduction The North Korea nuclear nonproliferation issue is on the right track. It is still too early to conclude that denuclearization in the Korean Peninsula will be achieved in near term. All ...

    A World Free of Nuclear Weapons
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    A World Free of Nuclear Weapons

    Jan/4/2007, By APLN

    Nuclear weapons today present tremendous dangers, but also an historic opportunity. U.S. leadership will be required to take the world to the next stage -- to a solid consensus for reversing ...

    Shared Secrets: Intelligence and Collective Security
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    Shared Secrets: Intelligence and Collective Security

    Jul/13/2006, By APLN

    Executive summary Is collective security possible when the evaluation of and response to threats depend on access to intelligence that cannot be shared openly? This Lowy Paper examines the role ...

    Are Sanctions Meant to Work? The Politics of Creating and Implementing Sanctions Through ...
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    Are Sanctions Meant to Work? The Politics of Creating and Implementing Sanctions Through ...

    Jan/23/2003, By APLN

    Do sanctions work? The jury remains out on this question, but two preliminary issues bear further examination also. What are sanctions intended to achieve? And do states actually want sanctions to ...

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