Current affiliation: Georgetown UniversitySubject speciality: Political SciencePrimary location: United States
Published in:The Washington QuarterlyPublication date:2012-04-01
Published in:Security StudiesPublication date:2014-01-01
Why do great powers take such different approaches to the issue of nuclear proliferation? Why do states oppose nuclear proliferation more vigorousl...
Published in:SurvivalPublication date:2015-01-02
For decades, the Alliance has assessed that the Euro-Atlantic region is stable and the threat to NATO countries is low. That assessment can now be ...
Published in:Foreign AffairsPublication date:2005-01-01
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2009-01-01
A Global Survey
Published in:Legislative Studies QuarterlyPublication date:2012-07-20
Published in:Comparative StrategyPublication date:2010-11-24
Published in:Political Science QuarterlyPublication date:2011-03-01
Published in:American Political Science ReviewPublication date:2009-02-01
Published in:The Nuclear Renaissance and International SecurityPublication date:2013-01-23
Published in:SurvivalPublication date:2015-03-04
Published in:International OrganizationPublication date:2013-01-01
Scholars have long debated whether nuclear superiority or the balance of resolve shapes the probability of victory in nuclear crises, but they have...
Published in:The Washington QuarterlyPublication date:2015-07-03
3-D printing will make it easier for countries to acquire nuclear weapons, providing a way to print pieces of the nuclear jigsaw puzzle indigenousl...
Published in:Annual Review of Political SciencePublication date:2016-05-11
This article reviews the recent explosion in research applying quantitative statistical analysis to classic issues of nuclear deterrence and nuclea...
Published in:International Studies ReviewPublication date:2015-09-01