In the 20th century, extended deterrence was synonymous with nuclear deterrence, but will nuclear use be credible to deter the most likely 21st century threats? In the 20th century, extended deterrence helped prevent proliferation, but in the 21st century, will it impede nonproliferation and disarmament? What are the capabilities and policies needed for reassurance, deterrence, and nonproliferation?
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