Assuring NATO-Europe as the Role and Number of U.S. Nuclear Weapons are Reduced
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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The project will examine steps the United States can take to ensure the credibility of its security commitments to allies in Europe, as reductions in the role and number of U.S. nuclear weapons are pursued in the years ahead.
FY 2012-2013. Project Leads: Joseph, Robert G. and Scheber, Thomas K. and Guthe, Kurt R.
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