November 16, 2018

CNAS’ Colby on Nuclear Strategy, Deterrence, Developing New Capabilities, INF Treaty

By Elbridge Colby

Bridge Colby, the former deputy assistant secretary of defense for strategy and force planning — one of the authors of the Pentagon’s National Defense Strategy — now the director of the defense program at the Center for a New American Security, discusses new nuclear strategy, the INF treaty and the National Defense Strategy Commission’s recent report with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in Washington, DC.

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