National-Russian Academy of Sciences Nuclear Security Dialogue
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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CISAC enables a unique Track II dialogue among technical, military, and policy experts that addresses arms control problems from a technical perspective, and identifies the most promising opportunities for collaboration via official channels. The overall goal of the dialogue is the maintenance and reinforcement of a resilient and transparent strategic stability with Russia.
FY 2012-2013. Project Leads: Lowenthal, Micah D.
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