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-two books, mostly the product of Stimson programming. He's now writing a book on the rise, demise and revival of nuclear arms control. He was given a lifetime achievement award for non-governmental work to reduce nuclear dangers by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in 2015.


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Paul Warnke

Putin Votes for Trump

The President’s Sole Authority for First Use

Extending New START for Five Years

The Well-Read Wonk


Chauncey Gardner Returns

Stigmatizing Nuclear Threats

Norm Building, National Sovereignty and Arms Control

Can Beijing Make Good Trouble?


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  1. In: Putin Votes for Trump

    I'm saying let's wait to see the outcome of the US presidential election. There's no need to take the poison…
  1. In: The President's Sole Authority for First Use

    Thanks for your comment, Oliver. For me, Petrov ranks way up there, not quite as high as Arkhipov, but way…
  1. In: The President's Sole Authority for First Use

    Thanks for asking, Jonah. I cannot foresee any instances where first use by the US would provide any useful purpose,…


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