Nuclear Proliferation/Non-proliferation

Does the U.S.-Iranian Relationship Have a Future?

Forty years on, relations between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran remain a very fraught affair. The past tells a story characterized far more by confrontation and competition than cooperation, but that is certainly not the whole story. What of prospects for the future?

Join us as three veteran analysts and policy practitioners discuss the evolution of the relationship and where it’s headed.

Did the U.S. and North Korea Come Close to Nuclear War?

In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Van Jackson, Wilson Center Global Fellow and Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Victoria University of Wellington. He discusses his new book “On the Brink: Trump, Kim and the Threat of Nuclear War,” which analyzes the Trump administration’s response to North Korea's increasing rhetoric and nuclear threat in 2017 and the remarkable about-face leading to the June 2018 summit in Singapore.

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INF Suspended: Have the U.S. and Russia Entered a New Arms Race?

In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we are joined by Matthew Rojansky, Director of the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute, who discusses President Trump's announcement of U.S. withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.  What are the implications for U.S.-Russia relations moving forward and how will this affect current and future international arms control efforts?

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*EVENT CANCELED*: Lessons from the Hawaii Nuclear Missile Scare

Due to inclement weather, federal offices are closed and this event has been canceled.

This event is co-sponsored by the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project.

The Evolution of Brazil's Nuclear Policy

Reagan, Gorbachev Sign INF Treaty, 12/87 (0:37)

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