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Nuclear Deterrence Theory

Rebeccah L. Heinrichs

Rebeccah Heinrichs speaks about her article on nuclear deterrence, which first appeared in the Providence print edition and can be read here.

To read the Hudson Institute report that she directed and which explains why the United States should build a missile defense system to defend against ICBMs, click here.

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