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Social Media: Security: WMD Proliferation

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No 'Business as Usual' With Libya
Discusses Libya's announcement of its willingness to dismantle its program of weapons of mass destruction and to halt development of its nuclear program. By Mohammed Buisier. (Washington Post, 12/29/2... Read More...

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China and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis
Outlines Chinese interests and strategies with regard to the DPRK nuclear crisis (Monterey Institute of International Studies, 1/22/2003) Read More...

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One Last Chance
Examining Iran's nuclear program. (The Economist, Nov 28, 2003) Read More...

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Kashmir: Fundamentalism Takes Root
Last year's nuclear tests by both India and Pakistan brought world attention to the decades-old Kashmir conflict. Neither New Delhi nor Islamabad has ever asked what Kashmiris want. They would not lik... Read More...

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BBC In Depth: Crisis in the Gulf
Analysis of Iraq weapon inspection crisis. (11/14/99)

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NMD Testing Does Not Have to Wreck the ABM Treaty
(World Policy Journal, 9/1/2001)

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The Most Urgent Security Threat?
Discusses American perspective regarding possible theft of nuclear weapons or weapons-usable material from Russia for use against Americans. (Nixon Center, 1/19/2001) Read More...

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Institute of World Politics
The Institute of World Politics (IWP) is an independent graduate school of statecraft and national security affairs offering evening courses taught by the nation's leading scholar - practitioners. Read More...

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National Security Strategy
The National Security Strategy of the United States of America (09/17/2002) Read More...

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U.S.-Russia Summit Priorities: The Strategic Framework, a Nuclear Arms Agreement, and Trade
Summit framework could lay the foundation for a new 21st century security architecture while facilitating Russia's integration into the European-North Atlantic security and economic environment. (Her... Read More...

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Russia and the Axis of Evil: Money, Ambition, and U.S. Interests
Russia is more concerned today about the threat of Islamist terrorism than most Western European governments, thus providing the window for a strategic relationship. The Bush Administration should gi... Read More...

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Nuclear Terrorism Poses the Gravest Threat Today
The United States must develop a coherent strategy for combating WMD terrorism. Europeans, instead of "free-riding" on US initiatives, must put forth their own programs equal in their potential impac... Read More...

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Controlling Nuclear Warheads and Materials: A Report Card and Action Plan
The possibility that nuclear weapons or the materials needed to make them could be stolen and fall into the hands of terrorists or hostile states poses among the most urgent threats to U.S. and intern... Read More...

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Russia: Grasping Reality of Nuclear Terror
The threat of nuclear terror has grown due to Russia's second campaign in Chechnya, which has left separatists to believe the threat of catastrophy is the only way to drive Russia out of the North Cau... Read More...

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A Scary Thought: Loose Nukes in North Korea
This development undermines global nonproliferation efforts that have been successful for decades, and represents an imminent danger to the security of the region. Our position in that diplomacy must ... Read More...

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Prospects for U.S.-Russian Nonproliferation Cooperation Under Bush and Putin
(Belfer Center, 1/1/2003)

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The Future of Nuclear Power: An Interdisciplinary MIT Study
Nuclear power could be one option for reducing carbon emissions that contribute to global warming. However, the industry must address several challenges to overcome the current state of decline and ... Read More...

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Nuclear Conflicts of the Twenty-First Century
Examines the prospects for nuclear conflict in the next 20-25 years, a time period that has been identified by some as the"second nuclear age." (Belfer Center, 2/1/2003) Read More...

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Catastrophic Terrorism: Tackling the New Danger
The specter of weapons of mass destruction being used against America looms larger today than at any time since the Cuban missile crisis. The World Trade Center bombing scarcely hints at the enormity ... Read More...

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Against Nuclear Apartheid
Since independence, India's nuclear policy has been to seek either global disarm ament or equal security for all. If nuclear deterrence works in the West, why won't it work in India? (Foreign Affair... Read More...

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Preventing a Crisis in U.S.-Russian Relations Over Moscow's Nuclear Technology Exports
(Heritage Foundation, 3/3/2003)

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Apocalypse soon?
Amid reports that North Korea may have a second plutonium plant, the IAEA says it presents the world’s gravest nuclear-weapons threat. But Iran is running it a close second. Can a dangerous showdown b... Read More...

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Iran: Nuclear Headache is Just Beginning
(Belfer Center, 3/20/2003)

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Can China's Tolerance Last?
(Arms Control Association, 1/1/2002)

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China's Opposition to TMD is More About Politics Than Missiles
(Nixon Center, 2/1/2000)

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U.S.-North Korea Talks: Forging Security Beyond the Nuclear Issue
(Heritage Foundation, 4/23/2003)

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North Korea's Connection to International Trade in Drugs, Counterfeiting, and Arms
The Kim Jong-il regime resembles a cult-based, family-run criminal enterprise rather than a government. United States diplomacy should be aimed at increasing the economic and political pressure on Pyo... Read More...

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Skepticism Triumphant: The Bush Administration and the Waning of Arms Control
The Bush Administration's rejection of the BWC protocols serves as reminder of the disdain for multilateralism and resignations for arms control. (Belfer Center, 12/1/2003) Read More...

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Iran's Nuclear Program: The Russians May Be Ready To Help
(Belfer Center, 6/12/2003)

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The Folly of Arms Control
Ten years after the end of the Cold War, nuclear danger is rising. Despite the end of the struggle in whose name the great nuclear arsenals were built, Washington now seeks to stop proliferation while... Read More...

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