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The Iran Nuclear Deal Is Actually Far From Over

Author: Amy J. Nelson
Washington Post

Remember the Iran nuclear deal, source of so much anxiety just one month ago? While much of the world watched in horror at the aftermath of the attacks in Paris, Iran began dismantling its centrifuges. But short-term compliance with the deal isn’t as important as what happens when it expires in 10 years.

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Extended Deterrence, Assurance, and Reassurance in the Pacific during the Second Nuclear Age

Authors: Mira Rapp-Hooper and Linton F. Brooks
National Bureau of Asian Research

Mira Rapp-Hooper and Linton Brooks analyze the complex relationships that exist around the extended deterrence of China and North Korea, including assuring U.S. allies in Asia of the reliability of U.S. security guarantees, and reassuring China that the US does not seek to thwart its peaceful rise.

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