U.S.-China Strategic Nuclear Dialogue
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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This research is anticipated to lead to greater understanding of strategic nuclear issues between the United States and China. The project will build a stronger relationship among scholars and experts in the United States and China. The dialogue discussions will provide academics and other security analysts with an opportunity to explore the differences between academic theory and the thinking of practitioners who have to implement and stand behind policy decisions. This is a follow-on project that will help build greater understanding between U.S. and Chinese experts on strategic nuclear issues by testing assumptions, correcting misperceptions, and stimulating new thinking and research in the arms control and nonproliferation community.
Performer: Pacific Forum Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Project Lead: Ralph Cossa Project Cost: $212,009 FY16–17
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