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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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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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Ben Rhodes Mar 11
Was great to talk to Bill Burns about his memoir - The Back Channel - out tomorrow. Bill is our nation's finest diplomat, a mentor to many (including me), a profoundly good person, and has decades of stories to tell.
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CBS This Morning Mar 11
Former Deputy Sec. of State William Burns is highlighting what he says is the urgent need for a rebirth of American Diplomacy. Burns served 5 Presidents during his more than 30 year career as a US Diplomat. He joins to discuss his new book, “The Back Channel”
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Togzhan Kassenova Mar 11
While I am sceptical about some answers/assertions, I appreciate Stephen Biegun coming to and giving us a chance to ask him Qs.
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Fabio Chiusi Mar 10
“We should not be haunted by the specter of being automated out of work. We should be excited by that. But the reason we’re not excited by it is because we live in a society where if you don’t have a job, you are left to die. And that is, at its core, our problem.” —
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Jeffrey Goldberg Mar 10
"I think [Putin] set out to do several things. The first was to sow chaos in the American political system. It was a target-rich environment for him, because our own dysfunction created lots of opportunities." -- Bill Burns to :
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Mary Curtin Mar 9
If you're interested in nuclear policy but aren't in Washington, you can register as a digital participant for the Carnegie Nuclear Policy Conference for no charge.
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Maya Mirchandani Mar 9
Yay team ! Super stuff! Goes to show good, independent journalism thrives even in these turbulent times... thanks to a public that’s interested in public interest! Well done, all of us!
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George Perkovich Mar 9
AMb Qazi is spot on here: Nobel Peace Prize anyone?
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George Perkovich Mar 8
Thanks, I didn’t know that.
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Sridhar Ramaswamy Mar 7
This quality discussion between and moderated by in on the responses and outcomes by India and Pakistan in the aftermath of the air strikes is a must read and the standards media needs to maintain.
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George Perkovich Mar 8
Replying to @dandrezner @LawDavF
The man knows how to do bankruptcy
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George Perkovich Mar 7
ABM! Recent W/d from old treaty with Iran, dubious performance of trade treaties. And you imagine ratification of treaty that commits to no new sanctions on DPRK?
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