Winter 2010

On the Global Nuclear Future, Vol. 2

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In the future there will be more nuclear technology spread across more nations than ever before. Will the growth of nuclear power lead to increased risks of nuclear weapons proliferation and nuclear terrorism? Will the nonproliferation regime be adequate to ensure safety and security in a world more widely and heavily invested in nuclear power? Authors from Belgium, Egypt, Iran, Japan, Russia, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, and the United States explore these questions in a special two-volume issue of Dædalus.

See also On the Global Nuclear Future, Vol. 1 (Fall 2009).

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Statements for the press following the November 1, 2017, trilateral meeting of Vladimir Putin, Russia; Hassan Rouhani, Iran; and Ilham Aliyev, Azerbaijan. Photograph courtesy of en.kremlin.ru.
Leaders of Russia, Iran, and Azerbaijan discuss state nuclear programs
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Statements for the press following the November 1, 2017, trilateral meeting of Vladimir Putin, Russia; Hassan Rouhani, Iran; and Ilham Aliyev, Azerbaijan. Photograph courtesy of en.kremlin.ru.