European Trilateral Track II Nuclear Dialogues
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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NATO nuclear policy faces a variety of external challenges including the increased complexity of deterrence relationships, WMD proliferation to new actors capable of disrupting stability, and the increasing strategic significance of Asia. The three nuclear members of NATO, the United States, United Kingdom, and France (P-3), will drive the burden-sharing strategy and consensus necessary to weather a NATO drawdown while maintaining nuclear force posture. The project aims to increase the security of the United States by improving trilateral understanding, enhancing scholarship of the emerging challenges, and providing insight on the evolving nature and future of the P-3 partnership. The dialogue will continue to define the role of nuclear weapons, explore how the United States can foster a political consensus, and analyze the cross-domain deterrence of space, cyber, and nuclear issues.
FY 2013-2014. Project Lead: Clark Murdock & Franklin Miller
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