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Jeffrey Lewis
Author of "The 2020 Commission Report," a novel about a nuclear war with North Korea (, 2018) Rep'ed by
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Melissa Hanham 57m
Geolocation: 2020 Commission on the very front table of the bookstore at SFO.
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David Burbach 55m
And so Woodward's "Fear" and "2020 Report" both arrived in the mail just now. I _really_ should have taken the 'flee to cave' option when I had the chance
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chris hooks 2h
me, before the ivanka wal-mart tour: i’ve tried hard to remain a pragmatist me, after: look to the light of enver hoxha
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Richard Gowan 4h
While this tweet may precipitate World War III, I quite like its perky tone.
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Catherine Dill 2h
We're hiring a research assistant and office manager in the Middlebury-CNS DC office.
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Daniel DePetris 22h
Thread from a smart person.👇
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Adam Jentleson 🎈 22h
The women for Kavanaugh are mostly men.
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Hans Kristensen 22h
Meet Matt Korda. He just started this week as my new research associate on the FAS Nuclear Information Project. Thanks to our funders for making this possible: New Land Foundation
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Andrei Lankov 16h
My thoughts after the Pyongyang summit: N.Korea still won't surrender its nuclear weapons completely. But the return of U.S. hardliners is a real threat, so if a bit of inter-Korean showmanship can the reduce the chance of a crisis emerging, let it be.
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Joshua H. Pollack 23h
Some brief thoughts on the outcomes of this week's inter-Korean summit in Pyongyang (a thread).
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Aaron Mehta Sep 20
Last Tuesday, the State Department declined to certify a Russian aircraft for the Open Skies treaty. On Wednesday, it reversed course. So, what happened?
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Kingston Reif Sep 20
Is two years really anymore realistic than one year?
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Deep State Radio Sep 20
The first Brief is with Jeffrey Lewis (), professor at the Middlebury Institue of International Studies, NKorea nuclear expert, auther of
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Jeffrey Lewis Sep 19
Replying to @marasawr
I could have told you that’s how you would feel.
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Jeffrey Lewis Sep 19
This is demonstrably false, particularly with regard to missiles with a range in excess of 2,000 km. These programs slowed once negotiations began, now appear to be accelerating again.
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Brandon Rapoza Sep 19
I was just riding the DC metro and spotted someone reading the from across the car.
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Adam Rawnsley Sep 19
Replying to @arawnsley
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Jeffrey Lewis Sep 19
You know what? I wish more people had done this before the Iraq War.
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Jung H. Pak, PhD Sep 19
Can we step back and appreciate (or lament?) that the Six-Party Talks Joint Statement, in which NK “committed to abandoning all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programs” was issued exactly 13 years ago TODAY, as we parse these meager morsels from KJU?
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Jonathan Cheng Sep 19
Lee Do-hoon, S. Korean envoy on N. Korean nuclear issues, asked whether N. Korea's stockpile of missiles and fissile material has grown this year: "Currently, we don’t have any visibility into missile production and even if we did, we wouldn’t be able to share it."
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