On March 10, Atlantic Council senior vice president and Scowcroft Center director Barry Pavel and Scowcroft Center deputy director Matthew Kroenig spoke at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies’ Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense Forum. They discuss the strategic implications of new technologies for nuclear deterrence and how the United States should adapt to meet the changing landscape.

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