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  1. Nuclear Stability or Instability in the 21st Century: Will U.S.-Soviet Cold War History Repeat for China, India and Pakistan?

    Wednesday, February 20, 2013 | Presented by Thomas Graham | 55:40

    In the 484th Brookhaven Lecture, Thomas Graham explains the events that led to policy decisions on nuclear weapons in the mid-20th century. He also discusses how forces that drove the U.S. and former Soviet Union to stockpile large numbers of nuclear warheads are applicable in today's decisions on the size and types of nuclear weapons in arsenals among China, India and Pakistan.   Read more

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