12 January 2015
Approaching Critical Mass: Asia's Multipolar Nuclear Future
Is the world approaching "critical mass," a point at which the number and size of nuclear arsenals and the dangers associated with them will grow with explosive speed? In this roundtable, leading scholars discuss the nuclear security environment in Asia and draw implications for U.S. policy and for the international order.
Asia Policy, Number 19 (January 2015), p1
By: Christopher P. Twomey, Rajesh Basrur, Benjamin Schreer, Noboru Yamaguchi, Kang Choi, P.K. Singh and Aaron L. Friedberg