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Toby Dalton
Co-director Carnegie Nuclear Policy Program (), co-author NOT WAR, NOT PEACE? (), Gooner, prefer fly fishing. All views personal, etc.
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Daniel Markey Sep 17
I just found out my new book is on Amazon for pre-order already. What a nice surprise!
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Nahal Toosi Sep 16
This is 's first full week without Bolton breathing down his neck. And already he appears out of step with Trump (and Riyadh) in blaming Iran explicitly over the Saudi oil attacks. It's an unusual place for Pompeo to be, and I wonder if we'll see more such daylight.
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Toby Dalton Sep 16
Seriously, any proceeds from this book need to go to foundations working with military veterans.
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Togzhan Kassenova Sep 16
We are excited to share our article on Brazil's nuclear policy under Bolsonaro. It is now open access. We talk about plans for a nuclear-powered submarine, a third nuclear power plant, production of naval nuclear fuel, new uranium mines, and more.
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Toby Dalton Sep 16
Nice to see back in print w/ his usual incisive analysis of the civ-mil conundrum in Pakistan.
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Toby Dalton Sep 13
Looks different from Washington, as usual.
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Toby Dalton Sep 13
Really good thread and a reminder to editors everywhere.
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Toby Dalton Sep 13
Replying to @atjlennon @Ali_Wyne
FWIW, I found the Johnston article from August TWQ a really good parsing of narratives. Competition doesn’t preclude cooperation, especially in elements of global order where interests clearly align.
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EH Sep 13
decide if Kashmir is about Kashmiris or Pakistan; gag officials who shouldn't be talking foreign/nuclear policies; leave policy presentation to MoFA spox; diplomacy is not about speaking too much but speaking strategically etc my piece for this week:
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Toby Dalton Sep 12
Replying to @PaperMissiles
Drink?
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John Carl Baker Sep 12
The good folks at have created a site that tells you where the presidential candidates stand on various nuclear weapons issues
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Vipin Narang Sep 12
Listen to what Gen Rawat *actually* says. He DID NOT say what quotes him as saying below. In fact, he thwarts the suggestion and says the Army is prepared to do whatever the Government asks of it, which is precisely its job. h/t .
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Carnegie Nuclear Policy Sep 11
Registration is still open for 's Sept. 17th event on New Technologies and Nuclear Risk with & others! You can get your spot here:
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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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Carnegie Endowment Sep 10
It is only a matter of time before a of a U.S. presidential candidate is released. Here’s how campaigns should respond to them.
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Heather Hurlburt Sep 10
Replying to @natsecHeather
Folks are talking about Taliban talks, Iran talks, but Bolton’s legacy may be having presided over the dismantling of US structure for national security decision-making. By all accounts the NSC-run process is now gone.
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Toby Dalton Sep 10
Live by the tweet, die by the tweet.
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Nina Tannenwald Sep 9
A flawed and irresponsible argument. The ban treaty can have important positive effects (by drawing attention to the risks and costs of NW), but using it to undermine the NPT is not one of them. The NPT, however troubled, is one of our more successful arms control treaties.
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Toby Dalton Sep 10
Best bottom line on prospective outcome of US-DPRK working level talks. There is a nice Chivas in my bottom drawer for the occasion.
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Vipin Narang Sep 9
The official statement is a lot more...exasperated and ultimatum-esque than initially reported. The end of year deadline almost appears to have been moved up: show us the money, now or never Choe seems to be saying.
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