Video primer on Strategic Stability and Arms Control

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Strategic Stability and Arms Control is a ~4 minute video primer that explains the concept of strategic stability and its relationship to arm control. The video was prepared for an upper-level undergraduate course on nuclear politics. It is designed to be assigned in conjunction with Thomas Schelling’s article “Reciprocal Measures for Arms Stabilization,” which is freely available online and downloadable here. (The video makes reference to the article by Thomas Schelling published in 1960.)

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  • Strategy
  • Students will be able to define strategic stability
  • describe its historical development
  • understand its significance within debates about nuclear deterrence and arms control
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