After the Cold War, Japanese and American experts view 13 key arms control and non-proliferation issues facing East Asia and the world, including how to reduce nuclear weapons, what policies Washington and Tokyo should pursue in dealing with China, theater missile defense, North Korea, and whether the growth of plutonium-based civilian nuclear power programs poses a proliferation threat. The study is the final report of a Japanese-American study group co-sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the International House of Japan.