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On SAGE Insight: Social Scientific Analysis of Nuclear Weapons

Article title: Social Scientific Analysis of Nuclear Weapons: Past Scholarly Successes, Contemporary Challenges, and Future Research Opportunities From Journal of Conflict Resolution Although the world is fortunate that there are only a handful of nuclear-armed states, this small sample imposes … Continue reading

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The assault on Los Alamos

From Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists December 2011 Podcast: The assault on Los Alamos – Mindy Kay Bricker speaks to Hugh Gusterson about the history and uncertain future of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Since the late 1990s, nuclear weapons … Continue reading

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Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program and implications for US national security

From International Relations Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program causes concern for a variety of reasons and in particular generates threats to US national security. This article outlines how the deep animosity between Pakistan and India has been a key driving force … Continue reading

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