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If threatened, nations with a smaller arsenal may be the most apt to use nuclear weapons.
Sending Jared Kushner to meet with North Korea’s recalcitrant leader Kim Jong-un could be a rare diplomatic game changer, argues Mark Fitzpatrick. As daunting as the prospects may be, diplomacy could be a crucial element in Donald Trump’s pressure policy.
When it comes to the art of exerting influence without using armed violence, China has the advantage.
Disarmament, arms control and non-proliferation have distinct meanings, as well as policy implications.
Every effort should be made to stop the surge in North Korea's missile capabilities, according to Mark Fitzpatrick.
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