The Challenges of Coherent U.S. Extended Nuclear Deterrence and Assurance


In this brief paper, Paul Ingram discusses U.S. commitments on extended nuclear detterence and expectations among allies. He explores the issues facing NATO and focuses on the UK-US security relationship around Trident.

This text comes from his presentation at the Nuclear Deterrence Summit, during the panel discussion on “Extended Deterrence and Assurance: Current Challenges and Future Prospects”, on February 12, 2014.

The views expressed are his, and are not intended to represent the affiliated organizations or those of other panelists.

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  • Paul Ingram, Executive Director has been with BASIC since 2002 and been executive director since 2007. Paul has authored a number of BASIC's reports and briefings covering a variety of nuclear and non-nuclear issues..
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