The International Security and Nonproliferation Initiative re-examines our traditional understanding of interstate deterrence. Incorporating new theoretical approaches and the advent of new technologies (e.g., artificial intelligence, hypersonic missiles, etc.), the project seeks to develop a model of deterrence that is relevant for the 21st century. The initiative also examines the proliferation of both conventional and unconventional weapons and seeks to identify the most effective policies to prevent the spread of such weapons.
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