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    Navigate Nuclear Policy, Security, and Global Dynamics

    Exploring the intricate landscape of nuclear policy and security, this collection of publications offers a comprehensive journey through historical reflections, current challenges, and future prospects in the realm of atomic energy and nuclear capabilities.

    The International Atomic Energy Agency: Historical Reflections, Current Challenges, and Future Prospects 2022; image

    The International Atomic Energy Agency: Historical Reflections, Current Challenges, and Future Prospects 2022;

    Framing the Relationship Between Trade Wars and Nuclear Escalation Dynamics: The Value of Applying Lessons from Hostile Economics, Survival Journal, 2021 – Sam Baty image

    Framing the Relationship Between Trade Wars and Nuclear Escalation Dynamics: The Value of Applying Lessons from Hostile Economics, Survival Journal, 2021 – Sam Baty

    A World without the NPT Redux?, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, 2020 image

    A World without the NPT Redux?, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, 2020

    Nuclear Latency and Hedging: Concepts, History, and Issues, Woodrow WilsonCenter, 2019 image

    Nuclear Latency and Hedging: Concepts, History, and Issues, Woodrow WilsonCenter, 2019

    Atoms for Peace: A Future After Fifty Years, Routledge, 2007 image

    Atoms for Peace: A Future After Fifty Years, Routledge, 2007

    What is old is new again: nuclear capabilities still matter image

    What is old is new again: nuclear capabilities still matter

    “What is old is new again: nuclear capabilities still matter – and will for a long time to come pages 130-145; Strategic latency: Red, white, and blue: managing the national and international security consequences of disruptive technologies. Zachery S. Davis and Michael Nacht CGSR 2018.

    Atoms for Peace: An Analysis After 30 Years, Routledge, 2020 image

    Atoms for Peace: An Analysis After 30 Years, Routledge, 2020

    The Politics of Weapons Inspections: Assessing WMD Monitoring and Verification Regimes, Stanford University Press, 2017 image

    The Politics of Weapons Inspections: Assessing WMD Monitoring and Verification Regimes, Stanford University Press, 2017

    Handbook of Nuclear Proliferation and Policy, Routledge, 2015 image

    Handbook of Nuclear Proliferation and Policy, Routledge, 2015

    “Nuclear Latency, nonproliferation, and disarmament”.  Strategic Latency in World Power: How technology is changing our concepts of security. Chapter by Joseph Pilat pages 31-41. Edits Zachery Davis, Ronal Lehman, and Michael Nacht. CSGR, 2014. image

    “Nuclear Latency, nonproliferation, and disarmament”.  Strategic Latency in World Power: How technology is changing our concepts of security. Chapter by Joseph Pilat pages 31-41. Edits Zachery Davis, Ronal Lehman, and Michael Nacht. CSGR, 2014.

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