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US-Russia nuclear war would kill 34 million people within hours and is increasingly likely, Princeton study concludes

In The News, 18 September 2019
United States, Russia, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy
Sam Dudin, a research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, told The Independent that the mutually-assured destruction scenario envisaged by SGS would be unlikely to take place because US policy since 1950 has been to avoid direct conventional war with Russia. Moscow also does not want a war with Nato, he said.

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Sam Dudin
Research Fellow

Sam Dudin joined RUSI in February 2019 as their UK Nuclear Policy Research Fellow. His portfolio includes leading on... read more