November 2012 Edition NSP News
|"Successful restraint amongst existing nuclear-armed states … can engender trust, as well as providing mechanisms for reducing the risks of rapid escalation in the event of limited conflict."|
|Malcolm Chalmers, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)|
|Less is Better: Nuclear Restraint at Low Numbers|
In a new paper on nuclear restraint, Less is Better: Nuclear Restraint at Low Numbers, RUSI’s Malcolm Chalmers outlines the steps nuclear-armed states must take to allow progress toward lower numbers of weapons. Chalmers and NTI President Joan Rohlfing discussed the paper on Nov. 27 at an event co-hosted by the Nuclear Security Project and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.