Sarkar Publishes Journal Article on Cold War Nuclear History
Professor Sarkar argues that the French foreign ministry and the French atomic energy commission feared being implicated in India’s 1974 nuclear explosion, leading to renegotiation of their past contracts with the Indian atomic energy commission.
Sarkar Participates in TNSR Roundtable on Nuclear Revolution
“Even though Green is not the first person to challenge the claim that nuclear weapons tend to have a stabilizing effect on international politics or the core assumptions upon which that claim is based, he unquestionably makes significant theoretical and empirical contributions.”
Eisin Shares Israel’s Views on Iran Deal
At a recent Beyond the Headlines event, a challenging view of the Iran nuclear deal was presented – the perspective of Israel.
Keylor on Greater Boston Today: #IranDeal is Compromise
Pardee School Professor William Keylor said that the #IranDeal was a compromise in the name of preventing the development of nuclear weapons.
Keylor Says Nuke Deal Could Be “Legacy-Defining”
Keylor says that one way or the other, the Iran nuke deal will be legacy-defining for Obama and Kerry.
Pardee School Professors on #IranDeal
Professors Houchang Chehabi and Augustus Richard Norton of the Pardee School speak about the historic nuclear deal with Iran reached on July 14.