Program on Strategic Stability Evaluation (POSSE)

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The Program on Strategic Stability Evaluation (POSSE) is group comprised of international scholars (including several from CISTP) whose purpose is to reinvigorate inter-disciplinary, international scholarship on issues of strategic stability in a post-nuclear weapons era. CISTP co-directs POSSE with the Monterey Institute for International Studies/James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.

The recent multilateral negotiations with Iran and its nuclear program has prompted several members to discuss the issues associated with with the deal. To read more on the about the deal from POSSE members, please follow the links below:

Philipp Bleek - "Iran Deal Buys Time: Now America's Real Work Begins"

Matthew Kroenig - "How to Walk Away from the Iran Talks"

Emily Landau - "Israel and the Nuclear Deal: 'Chronicle of a Failure Foretold'" 

Eric Lorber - "Dollar Diplomacy in Tehran: How Promoting Business in Iran Boosts the Nuclear Agreement"…


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  • Created By:Brandon Liu
  • Created:09/02/2015
  • Modified By:Fletcher Moore
  • Modified:10/07/2016