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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.

Other Updates


Nuclear Disarmament Disarmed

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Leadership for a Nuclear Weapons-Free World

Ramesh Thakur, Asia Pacific Leadership Network


International Seminar on Nuclear Energy Development and Cooperation

China Arms Control and Disarmament Association


Europe’s Role and Responsibilities on Nuclear Issues

European Leadership Network


PISM Roundtable: Options for Progress in European Arms Control

The Polish Institute of International Affairs