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George Perkovich
VP Carnegie Endowment. Written/edited books on Indo-Pak conflict, India's bomb, cyber conflict, abolishing nuclear weapons.
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Karim Sadjadpour May 16
There are virtually no “eerie parallels” between Iraq 2003 and Iran 2019. In 2003 Saddam was thought to have WMD, Bush wanted to spread democracy in the Middle East, and there was bi-partisan/popular support for it in the wake of 9/11. None of those dynamics exist today.
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George Perkovich May 13
Why Pakistan will go to the IMF again, and again and again . This is really well done and important 👇🏿
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Pranay Vaddi May 9
1/15 Bipartisanship in Congress for New START extension? Sign me up. As I noted in , hopefully the effort by and on / is a first step in saving nuclear arms control. Thread 👇 Link here:
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The Washington Post May 2
Opinion: Joe Biden doesn’t owe me an apology. Clarence Thomas does.
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Toby Dalton Apr 30
The nuclear policy community lost two influential centrists this week with the passing of Richard Lugar and Ellen Tauscher. With the challenge of reconciling competing views on arms control and nuclear deterrence in the US growing, their voices and leadership will be missed.
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Alexander Gabuev Apr 24
What are Putin's strategic calculations and gameplan with regard to the Korean Peninsula? It's to be helpful neither to Trump, nor to Kim, but to Xi. Read my latest 👇
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Tong ZHAO Apr 23
If New START expires with no replacement, what are the implications for China's nuclear policy? How might China react? How would US-Russia-China trilateral nuclear competition look like? My new essay for , now available at website:
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Laurie Garrett Apr 22
Over the last 3 days there have been 2 organized militia attacks on treatment centers in -- in one, an epidemiologist from Cameroon was murdered. The epidemic is soaring amid violence and...
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Steve Morrison Apr 19
Republicans reject Democratic attempts to tighten vaccine laws via
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Jeffrey Lewis Apr 19
Replying to @ArmsControlWonk
Of course, this was North Korea’s position from the start, which I tried to point out more than a year ago. “It imposes obligations on the United States, too — even if Americans don’t want to hear that part.”
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Norway in the U.S. Apr 18
Norway No. 1 in Reporters Without Borders’ 2019 world press freedom index. “Article 100 of Norway’s 1814 constitution prepared the ground for media freedom. Today, the media are free and journalists are not subject to censorship or political pressure.”
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Tarun Chhabra Apr 10
We sometimes wrap ourselves around the axle by fetishizing China’s “civil-military fusion.” Bottom line is enterprising defense technologists in China and the US will do their job, exploiting all the cutting-edge tech they can get their hands on. Caveat venditor.
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Richard Johnson Mar 12
Thank you to for another great ! Special thanks to and - tons of work but much appreciated by the nuke nerd community!
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HSFK/PRIF Mar 12
Congratulations to our former director Prof Harald Müller, who received the Thérèse Delpech Memorial Award today at the Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference in Washington.
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Carl Robichaud Mar 12
Wise words from Senator Sam Nunn: “You can’t deter a blunder”
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Toby Dalton Mar 12
Great honor for to present the Delpech memorial award to Prof. Harald Mueller. He exemplifies all that is good as a scholar, mentor, and institution builder in the field.
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Stephen Colbert Mar 11
I set my clock forward for Daylight Savings Time and my Doomsday Clock forward for everything else.
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Mark Fitzpatrick Mar 12
Very pleased my friend Harold Mueller was honored with the 2019 Thérèse Delpech Memorial Award.
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Samantha Neakrase Mar 12
I wish I could hear, just once, a P5 country acknowledge disillusionment with lack of progress on , even if they disagree. Would go a long way to rebuilding trust and opening a path for constructive dialogue.
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War on the Rocks Mar 12
Brookings scholar 's provocative report on "The China challenge, democracy, and US grand strategy" caught the attention of the Net Assessment crew. Discussion ensues:
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