Space and Nuclear Deterrence
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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The Stimson Center will lead an in-depth assessment comparing and contrasting space and nuclear deterrence. This project will enlist the participation of top-flight thinkers who have worked on space and deterrence issues within and outside of government, in think tanks, academia, and in military service. Stimson, a thought leader on space policy issues, will convene Distinguished Advisory Group of leading analysts in the field to help produce practical and policy-relevant analysis.
FY 2012-2013. Project Lead: Krepon, Michael
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