European Trilateral Track 2 Nuclear Dialogue
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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The project will investigate challenging nuclear issues facing NATO in general, and the P-3 (United States, United Kingdom, and France) in particular, to promote trilateral understanding on nuclear issues, enhance scholarship on the emerging challenges faced by these critical allies, and provide insight to policymakers, experts, and the public about the evolving nature and future of the P-3 partnership. This effort is increasingly important as new obstacles to P-3 unity on nuclear issues emerge from both external challenges and internal barriers to consensus policy positions.
Performer: Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Project Lead: Rebecca Hersman Project Cost: $160,804 FY16–17
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