Nuclear Weapons in U.S.-China Relations

This past year, I joined a working group sponsored by the Project on Nuclear Initiatives at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.  We were tasked with thinking about the role of nuclear weapons in U.S.-China relations in the coming two decades.

The working group’s report explored the challenges posed by China’s continued force modernization and offered several recommendations for maintaining stability in this area.

Part of the report draws on my earlier research with Evan S. Medeiros published in International Security.