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Michael Krepon

Quotes of the week: “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald ”One thing is certain and generally agreed…, namely that the only sure and easily recognized ‘firebreak’ is the dividing line …

Soviet FROGS in North Korea

The Soviet Union supplied North Korea with FROG surface-to-surface missiles around 1969. This is how the US figured it out.

India’s Chinese Menu Approach to China

Note to readers: One of the many challenges we face in trying to reduce nuclear dangers is how to engage China, India, and Pakistan into a diplomatic process, multilateral and bilateral, that strengthens and lengthens two of the norms we live by: no battlefield use and no testing of nuclear weapons. To learn more, check …

Which President Was Best for Arms Control?

Quote of the week: “Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.” — Bobby Unser When it comes to arms control, presidents are hamstrung or empowered by historical context. It also helps to be a Republican because Republican presidents have far more leeway than Democrats when it comes to the pursuit of arms control. The more …

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