A report finds that China and the U.S. have different priorities for their respective nuclear policies based on different interpretations of deterrence
Astudy by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace notes that "Chinese scholars take the position that various issues in a conflict are interrelated, and they pay close attention to conflict escalation. Therefore, in their view, nuclear deterrence and compellence are indistinguishable."
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