How to prevail in the Second Nuclear Age?

Putin Ups the Nuclear Ante in the Second Nuclear Age

By Richard Weitz

The current Russian leadership is prone to worst-case nuclear thinking and rhetoric.

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Responding to Russian INF Violations

By Richard Weitz

The Russians are breaking out of the INF treaty at a time when the Second Nuclear Age is unfolding.

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Moscow and INF: The Return of a Problem

By Richard Weitz

The Russians are building new capabilities, but in a different global context from the 1980s.

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Chinese Nuclear Buildup

By Richard Weitz

Richard Weitz looks at the Chinese nuclear buildup and its impact

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ICBM Defense: It’s Up to Congress

By Chet Nagle

Congress should continue to support the Missile Defense Agency’s plan for near-term redesign of the existing kill vehicle until it is completed.

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Living in Parallel Universes: Putin Plays the Nuclear Card in the Midst of the Iranian Nuclear Agreement Flurry

By Robbin Laird

The key to having “progress” apparently in 21st century diplomatic initiatives is to pursue them in parallel universes. It is crucial not to connect any particular diplomatic initiative with the overall global context within which those initiatives operate. It is …

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The Second Nuclear Age and Secretary Clinton

By Ed Timperlake

The Clinton e-mail crisis opens up the opportunity to look via those emails at her performance in office during real world crises.

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Hillary Clinton’s E-Mail Crisis: Time is Not the Democrat’s Friend

By Ed Timperlake

Both the e-mail and foreign money scandal, which will probably intercept with each other, is heading into uncharted territory for the tried and true Clinton D&D game plan.

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The Prime Minister of Israel Addresses Congress: A Just War in the Second Nuclear Age

By Ed Timperlake

“The greatest dangers facing our world is the marriage of militant Islam with nuclear weapons.”

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The Second Nuclear Age: What Will be the Rules of Deterrence?

By Robbin Laird

A new round of nuclear weapons developments is under way without necessarily replaying the rules established in the first nuclear age. .

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