Michael Krepon

Michael Krepon

Michael Krepon is the co-founder of the Stimson Center. He worked previously at the Carnegie Endowment, the State Department, and on Capitol Hill. He has written over 500 articles and is the author or editor of twenty-one books, including Better Safe than Sorry: The Ironies of Living with the Bomb; Anti-Satellite Weapons, Deterrence and Sino-American Relations; and Deterrence Stability and Escalation Control in South Asia. He was given the Thérèse Delpech Memorial Award for lifetime achievement in non-governmental work to reduce nuclear dangers by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in 2015. He is working on a new book, The Rise and Demise of Nuclear Arms Control.

 

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  1. In: The Golden Age of Nuclear Arms Control

    Mark, Thanks for the question. Deterrence is all about threats of horrific death and destruction. Don't see much morality…
  1. In: The Golden Age of Nuclear Arms Control

    My end date for the Golden Age of Arms Control was 2000.
  1. In: Heroes of Arms Control

    Anon, You are kind. It's easy to write about this stuff. It's really hard to succeed at bureaucratic…

 

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