Cato Institute's Eric Gomez and Caroline Dorminey join EWI Senior Fellow Franz-Stefan Gady to discuss policy challenges confronting U.S. policymakers in the areas of nuclear deterrence and arms control.
Eric Gomez is a policy analyst for defense and foreign policy studies at Cato, where his research focuses on U.S. military strategy in East Asia; missile defense systems and their impact on strategic stability; and nuclear deterrence issues in East Asia.
Caroline Dorminey is the policy director at Women’s Action for New Directions and handles a portfolio of nuclear policy, arms control and defense politics issues; before joining WAND, she spent two years at the Cato Institute as a policy analyst.
Gomez and Dorminey are the co-editors of America’s Nuclear Crossroads: A Forward-Looking Anthology. Released earlier this year, the anthology examines a wide variety of pressing issues in nuclear deterrence and arms control confronting U.S. policymakers at the dawn of a new era of great power competition.
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