Passing the (nuclear) ball—the future of conflict under a Biden presidency
Strategy Note / United States of America

Passing the (nuclear) ball—the future of conflict under a Biden presidency

  • Many will breathe a sigh of relief when President Biden assumes control of the US nuclear arsenal

  • Complexity of controlling the arsenal shows the danger of nuclear proliferation that Trump’s unilateralism accelerated

  • The increasing complexity of asymmetric conflict means the salience of questions of proportionality will only grow

Paul Domjan
Paul Domjan

Senior Contributing Analyst

Tellimer Research
20 January 2021
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