## How the EPR Paradox Fits Between Entanglement and Nonlocality

If we violate a Bell inequality, we know we have quantum entanglement, and it used to be thought that these two notions were one-and the same. At least, this was commonly accepted until 1989, when R.F. Werner actually proved that this isn’t so. There really are some entangled states that are Bell-local — states that…