CSIS Trilateral Nuclear Dialogue
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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The Trilateral Nuclear Dialogues organized by CSIS have a track-record of convening successful and candid meetings that provide policymakers with insights and recommendations that contribute to P-3 unity on nuclear issues. In addition to building unity and sense of purpose among the P-3, the organized dialogues work to promote cooperative nonproliferation efforts and enhance scholarship on the challenges these critical allies face.
FY 2012-2013. Project Leads: Murdock, Clark and Miller, Frank
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