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Sun, Jun 28, 2020

Kroenig quoted in The Washington Times on restarting nuclear testing

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In the News by Matthew Kroenig

Arms Control China

Thu, Jun 4, 2020

Jensen and Van Echo in War on the Rocks: How to factor strategic competition into wargaming and PME

Reviewing lessons from their Agile Competition wargame series, Forward Defense Senior Fellow Benjamin Jensen and Marine Corps officer Lt Col Matthew Van Echo advance a new approach to wargaming in the era of great-power competition.

In the News by Atlantic Council

China Conflict

Tue, Jun 2, 2020

Akhtar as a moderator at the University of Lahore Centre for Security, Strategy and Policy Research: Dr. Rabia Akhtar in Conversation with Feroz Hassan Khan on Eating Grass

In the News by Atlantic Council

Nuclear Deterrence Pakistan

Thu, May 21, 2020

Akhtar in South Asian Voices: The Future of the India-Pakistan Nuclear Rivalry

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Arms Control India

Fri, Mar 6, 2020

Russia’s exotic nuclear weapons and implications for the United States and NATO

Great-power competition has returned, and with it, the importance of nuclear weapons in international politics.

Issue Brief by Matthew Kroenig, Mark Massa, and Christian Trotti

Defense Technologies Nuclear Deterrence

Mon, Mar 2, 2020

Jamil in Asia & The Pacific Policy Society: Gift basket diplomacy in nuclear South Asia

In the News by Atlantic Council

International Norms Nuclear Deterrence

Mon, Feb 17, 2020

Kroenig and Trotti write book chapter on nuclear modernization

Matthew Kroenig and Christian Trotti wrote a book chapter on the unique role of US nuclear weapons and the necessity of nuclear modernization.

In the News by Atlantic Council

Nuclear Deterrence Security & Defense

Wed, Feb 5, 2020

The case for extending New START

US and global security would be greatly enhanced by extending New START for another five years. Extension would preserve the last effective and verifiable agreement that limits the strategic arms competition between the United States and Russia and make it easier to maintain deterrence and strategic stability by allowing both sides an assured second-strike capability.

New Atlanticist by Alexander Vershbow

Arms Control Nuclear Deterrence

Wed, Dec 4, 2019

Tavakol quoted in TRT World on the 6 EU countries that joined INSTEX

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Economy & Business Europe & Eurasia

Mon, Nov 4, 2019

Dagres joins The Monocle to discuss the Iran Nuclear Deal and Tehran’s withdrawals after sanctions

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Arms Control Defense Industry