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Mr. Robert Zarate

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Robert Zarate is a Research Fellow at the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center in Washington, DC. He previously worked as a policy analyst of controls on encryption and other dual-use goods at Steptoe & Johnson LLP. Mr. Zarate has published essays and articles on national security, technology, politics, law, and business in The Weekly Standard, National Review Online, Wired News, and other publications. Most recently, he contributed an essay, “The NPT, IAEA Safeguards and Peaceful Nuclear Energy: An ‘Inalienable Right,’ But Precisely to What?” to Falling Behind: International Scrutiny of the Peaceful Atom (2008), a volume edited by Mr. Henry Sokolski. Mr. Zarate earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Chicago.

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SSI books and monographs by Mr. Robert Zarate

  • Nuclear Heuristics: Selected Writings of Albert and Roberta Wohlstetter

    January 26, 2009

    Edited by Mr. Robert Zarate, Mr. Henry D. Sokolski.
    Pioneers of nuclear-age policy analysis, Albert Wohlstetter (1913-1997) and Roberta Wohlstetter (1912-2007) emerged as two of America's most consequential, innovative and controversial strategists. Through the clarity of their thinking, the rigor of their research, and the persistence of their personalities, they were able to shape the views and aid the decisions of Democratic and Republican policy makers both during and after the Cold War. Although the Wohlstetters' strategic concepts and analytical methods continue to be highly influential, no book has brought together their most important published and unpublished essays--until now.