Scott Sagan

Stanford University

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Scott Sagan is a professor of political science at Stanford University.  His research focuses on nuclear strategy, ethics, public opinion about the use of force.

 

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As a candidate, President Trump asked, "If we don't use nuclear weapons, why do we have them?" "Modernization" began with Barack Obama.

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As a candidate, President Trump asked, "If we don't use nuclear weapons, why do we have them?" "Modernization" began with Barack Obama.

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