What nuclear deterrence means in the 21st century (WP1470)

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We discuss why we are still talking about it, if America, France and Britain perceive the same source of threat and what the future is for deterrence. Contributors: Richard Lindsay, Head, Security Policy Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London Brad Roberts, Director, Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Livermore Bruno Tertrais, […]

Nuclear deterrence – the decision making process (WP1401)

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We talk about the discussions and debates that take place and ask how the decision process works. We also discuss what discussions take place about the circumstances under which nuclear weapons might be used. Contributors: Heather Williams, MacArthur Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Science and Security Studies, Department of War Studies, King’s College London Desmond Bowen, […]

Russia – their changing relationship with the world (WP1401)

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President Obama’s special adviser on Russia discusses the rise of the new and troubled relationship in Europe’s east. Contributor: Celeste Wallander, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Russia and Central Asia, National Security Council, Washington DC Related podcast Nuclear deterrence – the decision making process – with Heather Williams, Desmond Bowen & Camille Grand