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Russia deployed the Iskander missile system to its tiny enclave of Kaliningrad for a training exercise and is reportedly churning out ground-launched cruise missiles like sausages. The 1987 INF Treaty is probably in a lot of trouble, which is as good a reason as any for podcast. Vadim, you have bag? Ok, we go.
by October 25, 2016 | 6 Comments|
Thankfully, a dispiriting election season in the United States is almost over. France and Germany await their ordeals. Democracies have been battered by the Great Recession, triggered by the greed of financial institutions and abetted by weak governmental regulations. Fears of displacement and loss have been fueled by the influx of foreign workers and the …
by October 24, 2016 | 2 Comments|
Note to readers: My recent essay, “Pakistan’s Choice,” met with mixed reviews, at best, from colleagues in Pakistan. I wrote about the growing distance between Pakistani security narratives and narratives that outsiders hold about Pakistan. Patching up relations won’t happen without personal and intellectual engagement. So I asked Adil Sultan to provide ACW readers with …
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Founded in 2004 by Jeffrey Lewis, Arms Control Wonk was the first blog on arms control, disarmament and nonproliferation. It has since been a home to everything that is "too wonky or obscene" for publication about nuclear weapons. The site now features thirty-plus contributors with an archive of over three thousand articles.
Russia deployed the Iskander missile system to its tiny enclave of Kaliningrad and is reportedly churning out ground-launched cruise missiles like sausages. The 1987 INF Treaty is probably in a lot of trouble, which is as good a reason as any for podcast. Jeffrey and Aaron talk.
Iskander, INF and Kaliningrad - October 27, 2016