Nonproliferation Review • 27.1/2

Volume 27 • Numbers 1/2


Joshua H. Pollack and Rhianna Tyson Kreger



SPECIAL SECTION: Long-range conventional precision strike and nuclear risk

Introduction to the special section
Joshua H. Pollack and Tom Plant

Disruptive trends in long-range precision strike, ISR, and defensive systems
Justin Bronk

Strategic stability and the proliferation of precision conventional strike: a (bounded) case for optimism?
David Blagden

Operationalizing the “Polish fangs”: Poland and long-range precision strike
Lukasz Kulesa

Friends with (some) benefits: how non-allied Sweden and Finland view long-range conventional precision strike
Charly Salonius-Pasternak

Proliferation and threats of reconnaissance-strike systems: a Russian perspective
Dmitry Stefanovich

Conventional long-range strike weapons of US allies and China’s concerns of strategic instability
Tong Zhao

South Korea’s missile forces and the emergence of triangular strategic (in)stability
Joshua H. Pollack and Minji Kim

Concluding commentary
Izumi Nakamitsu


Figuring it out the hard way: America, France, and the challenges of allied proliferation
Timothy Patrick McDonnell

The United States, Russia, and Syria’s chemical weapons: a tale of cooperation and its unraveling
Hanna Nötte

Radiological-weapons threats: case studies from the extreme right
BreAnne K. Fleer

The Smiling Buddha effect: Canadian and US policy after India’s 1974 test
Joseph O’Mahoney

The inside story of the Group of Scientific Experts and its key role in developing the CTBT verification regime
Ola Dahlman, Frode Ringdal, Jenifer Mackby, and Svein Mykkeltveit


Brokering Peace in Nuclear Environments: U.S. Crisis Management in South Asia
By Moeed Yusuf
Reviewed by Mario Carranza