On September 28, Forward Defense senior fellow Robert Soofer co-authored a paper in a recent publication by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Project on Nuclear Issues, titled Project Atom: Defining U.S. Nuclear Strategy, 2030–2050. The authors discussed the nuclear concepts, policies, strategies, forces, and posture necessary to deter and prevent nuclear use as China emerges as a nuclear peer competitor to the United States alongside Russia.

The United States must persuade Beijing and Moscow through words and deeds that nuclear
competition is a failing proposition that will provide no strategic advantage.

Robert Soofer and Tom Karako

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