Correction

By , March 9, 2020

We erroneously reported a 2019 US presidential debate happened in 2020. We regret the error. Oh do we regret it.We erroneously reported a 2019 US presidential debate happened in 2020. We regret the error. Oh do we regret it.

Article title: What the presidential candidates should be asked about arms control and nonproliferation

Authors: Alexandra Bell

JournalBulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Bibliometrics: Volume 76, Number 1, pages 27–30

DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00963402.2019.1701801

The following sentence on p. 27 of the article was incorrectly published online as below:

Despite entreaties from multiple national security-oriented organizations, with the exception of the November 20, 2020 Democratic debate, television network hosts have largely avoided foreign policy questions in multi-candidate forums.

This has been corrected in the online version to read:

Despite entreaties from multiple national security-oriented organizations, with the exception of the November 20, 2019 Democratic debate, television network hosts have largely avoided foreign policy questions in multi-candidate forums.

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