The Carrington Series is a Chatham House-based initiative exploring new ways of thinking about nuclear deterrence since the Cold War. 

The aim of this project is to create a unique space for experts from a variety of backgrounds to critically examine the contemporary relevance of nuclear deterrence in specific countries. As part of this project, the International Security Department holds a series of roundtables on the different narratives of nuclear deterrence in nuclear weapon possessor states.

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