Archive for January, 2015

The Weight of History on the Arrested Development of Kazakhstan’s Nuclear Potential

The Weight of History on the Arrested Development of Kazakhstan’s Nuclear Potential

Kazakhstan’s tragic history of nuclear catastrophe still bears heavily on the national consciousness in the midst of new talks with Toshiba. Since Kazakhstan ceased...

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The United States and Russia must repair their partnership on nuclear security <p style='font size:14px'>By Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar</p>

The United States and Russia must repair their partnership on nuclear security

By Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar

For more than two decades, the United States and Russia partnered to secure and eliminate dangerous nuclear materials — not as a favor to one another but as a...

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Martin Anderson: Reagan Adviser and Man for Many Seasons

Martin Anderson: Reagan Adviser and Man for Many Seasons

Martin Anderson, an economist and adviser to three presidents who helped explain economic policy to Ronald Reagan and Reagan to the world, died last week at his...

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Archives 1985 & 1986: Reagan’s ‘Star Wars’ clashed with UK’s Trident

Archives 1985 & 1986: Reagan’s ‘Star Wars’ clashed with UK’s Trident

Ronald Reagan’s plans for the “Star Wars” nuclear missile shield and his vision of a nuclear-free world threatened to undermine the case for the UK’s Trident...

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