The new issue of The Nonproliferation Review (NPR) concludes a year-long project led by Dr. Kane and Dr. Bleek and funded by the Department of Defense’s Project on Advanced Systems and Concepts for Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD). It captures the conclusions from a two-day workshop in November 2015 held in collaboration with the Lugar Center. This special issue includes articles on the strategic, diplomatic, legal, technical, and inter- and intra-agency dynamics related to WMD elimination, as well as six case studies-post-Soviet cooperative threat reduction, Iraq in the 1990s and 2003, South Africa, Libya, and Syria. It also includes reflections on the future of WMD elimination.
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