New Cold War Opinion

The New Cold and the Future of Disarmament Rhys Bowden Project Assistant, SCRAP Weapons The final webinar in SCRAP’s The New Cold War series witnessed a timely discussion about the future of disarmament amid US-Russia-China tensions and the prospect of a new cold war. At the start of 2022, five nuclear-weapon states – China, France, …

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The China-US Media War and its Impact on the Global Disarmament Campaign Jack Cinamon Project Assistant, SCRAP Weapons In recent years, public opinion of China and the US’ foreign policies has deteriorated, due not just to the countries’ choices in policymaking, but also to the so-called media war taking place to influence global audiences. The …

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Securing Outer Space: Emerging Threats in the New Space Race Gemma Sabatini Project Assistant, SCRAP Weapons Since the Cold War and its aftermath, countries have been engaging in a race for the militarization of outer space and the creation of new space forces. This competition is having a high impact on technology, military strategy, as …

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The Big Bang: The Evolution of US-China Nuclear Relations Jessica Henn Project Assistant, SCRAP Weapons Historical Overview of Sino-American Tensions The US and China have a long and deeply interconnected nuclear history which stems back to the Cold War. The decision of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to develop a nuclear weapons programme was …

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