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Future of Nuclear Weapons Policy
Future of Nuclear Weapons Policy

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AIR DATE: October 11, 2012

Nuclear arms were created during the 1940s, and were used as a deterrent during the Cold War. Since then, the world has had to figure out how to handle the world's deadliest weapons. A presentation on Wednesday will explore challenges and opportunities facing Washington D.C. following the 2012 presidential elections in Russia and the U.S.
 
 
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Steven Pifer, Director of the Brookings Arms Control Initiative
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