Ariel Cohen

Atlantic Council

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Ariel Cohen is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council. He is a former senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Davis Institute for International Studies.

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President Obama was back in Prague, where he became the toast of Europe a year ago with a  speech  that envisioned a world without nuclear weapons.

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President Obama is back in Prague, where he became the toast of Europe a year ago with a  speech  that envisioned a world without nuclear weapons.

A New START for Nuclear Disarmament

President Obama is back in Prague, where he became the toast of Europe a year ago with a speech that envisioned a world without nuclear weapons.

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