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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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R. Scott Kemp Sep 17
Mareena Robinson-Snowden on practical approaches to DPRK verification.
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Carnegie Cyber Policy Sep 16
[NEW] Wyatt Hoffman and Ariel E. Levite offer a pragmatic approach to active cyber defense in the private sector For more on the role and limits of ‘self-help’ in cyberspace see
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Shekhar Gupta Sep 16
Farooq Abdullah, 83, with transplanted kidneys, detained under PSA...can be held without trial for 2 yrs... How mindless can it get... And you know what: in 1994, he was in Rao Govt’s all-star team under Vajpayee, fighting and winning India’s case at UNHRC in Geneva
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Sadanand Dhume Sep 15
. deserved to be applauded when she took bullets for speaking up for girls’ education in Pakistan. She deserves to be applauded for speaking up for human rights in Kashmir. The color of her passport is irrelevant.
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Shekhar Gupta Sep 12
For 70 years, Pakistan called J-K ‘unfinished business’ of Partition Modi ‘finished’ it 1st time since ‘47, Pak has lost initiative For us, it’s time to fight the good fight: for civil & human rights of Kashmiris as fellow Indians.. My
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Mark Fitzpatrick Sep 10
Just as it made no economic sense for to enrich uranium, neither is there an economic case for to do so. For both, it's a nuclear hedging strategy.
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Carnegie Endowment Sep 10
Strong data encryption thwarts criminals and preserves privacy. At the same time, it complicates law enforcement investigations. A new report from the Encryption Working Group looks to move the debate forward.
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Mark Fitzpatrick Sep 10
Footnote to the /CampDavid story: the great soldier whose death led to the scuttling of talks was Sergeant First Class Elis Angel Barreto Ortiz from , the US territory from which Trump is withholding disaster relief funds
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Tim Maurer Sep 10
We are hiring and looking for a Research Analyst and Research Assistant to support the team! Interested? Check out these links for more details: (1) (2)
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Nicholas Miller Sep 9
Dubowitz and FDD were so worried that Iran might expand its enrichment program in 5 or 10 years that they pushed a policy that led Iran to ramp up its enrichment today. And yet we're supposed to believe it's the JCPOA which is "fatally flawed."
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Gérard Araud Sep 6
If Iran is progressively getting out of the JCPOA, it’s because the US have denounced the agreement they had negotiated and imposed sanctions in breach of it.
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Physics Today Sep 6
Want to know why the NewStart Treaty is important? And what it restricts? And how US/Russia verifies the agreement? The has developed a web site to explain it all.
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Kingston Reif Sep 6
Let me get this straight. DoD needs new low-yield nukes pronto to deter Russia from using low-yield nukes to stop US/NATO from reversing a conventional Russian land grab but is cutting funding designed to deter/repulse the initial Russian land grab? 🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️
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Ananth Padmanabhan Sep 5
Ruminating on platforms and their liability, seeking a relook at safe harbors in ways different from the current nature of the debate
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Milan Vaishnav Sep 5
.: Why is an action [the government's move on Kashmir] so widely castigated internationally so wildly popular in India?
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Lawrence Freedman Sep 5
This is absolutely right. His problem is not loss of ‘no deal’. Difficulty is that if he revealed a plan it would either be patently non-negotiable with EU or else if negotiable would be denounced by hard-line Leavers.
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George Perkovich Sep 5
Who knew it would be timely?
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Akin Unver Sep 4
By the way, if you need technicals on whether Turkey can actually pull it off, and have edited *the book* on the matter -
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Ronald Klain Aug 30
For everyone hate tweeting about -- the mistakes, the "off message" moments -- I hope you will read the full transcript of this interview he just did with and take a fair measure of him and his candidacy.
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Kingston Reif Aug 29
.: "What’s in it for China? A Beijing Insider’s Surprising Insight on Nuclear Arms Control"
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