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After Proliferation: What to Do If More States Go Nuclear

Author: Stephen Peter Rosen
September/October 2006
Foreign Affairs

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How to prevent nuclear proliferation is once again topping the U.S. security agenda. But few decision-makers are seriously considering what a postproliferation world would look like, even though such a world would inevitably require rethinking many of the policies that the U.S. government and others now take for granted.

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