By Joshua Pollack, July 1, 2009
Since the Cold War, arms control negotiations have been strictly a bilateral affair between Washington and Moscow. But as times have changed, so must this dynamic. Enter China.
Read more: Emerging Strategic Dilemmas in U.S.-Chinese Relations
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 65 Issue 4 Topics: Uncategorized
Pollack is a consultant to the US government. He has conducted studies in several areas, including arms control, verification technologies, proliferation, deterrence, intelligence, homeland ...
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