The Age of Strategic Instability: How Novel Technologies Disrupt the Nuclear Balance

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Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, former U.S. Department of Energy deputy secretary and now distinguished professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, wrote the piece in Foreign Affairs titled, “The Age of Strategic Instability: How Novel Technologies Disrupt the Nuclear Balance.”

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After several decades of rules, agreements, norms, and human relationships fostering prudent behavior and shrinking nuclear arsenals—from the Cold War peak of more than 70,000 warheads, each side now retains between 6,000 and 6,500—arms control is being undermined and abandoned.

The full article can be accessed on Foreign Affairs website. 

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Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP), Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

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Policy, Social Sciences, and Liberal Arts
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disruptive technologies, weapons of mass destruction, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts; Sam Nunn School of International Affairs;
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  • Created On: Jul 29, 2020 - 11:30am
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