6 edition of Nuclear arms control found in the catalog.
|Statement||Committee on International Security and Arms Control, National Academy of Sciences.|
|Contributions||National Academy of Sciences (U.S.). Committee on International Security and Arms Control.|
|LC Classifications||JX1974.7 .N812 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 378 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||84062287|
The marginalizing of nuclear weapons resulting in a Nuclear Weapon Free World should be considered as a viable alternative. Keywords Arms Control Cold War Proliferation Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons state terrorism war weapons. Book Description: Arms control, for decades at the core of the foreign policy consensus, today is among the more contentious issues in American politics. It is pilloried and considered out of mode in many conservative quarters, while being viewed as nearly sacrosanct in many liberal circles.
Get this from a library! Nuclear arms control: background and issues. [National Academy of Sciences (U.S.). Committee on International Security and Arms Control.;] -- Based on a two-day tutorial on the problems of arms control and international security held by the National Academy of Sciences in , this timely and authoritative volume describes the history and. The Oscar-shortlisted documentary Command and Control, directed by Robert Kenner, finds its origins in Eric Schlosser's book and continues to explore the little-known history of the management and safety concerns of America's nuclear aresenal. A myth-shattering exposé of America’s nuclear weapons Famed investigative journalist Eric Schlosser digs deep to uncover secrets about /5(40).
Khan, M. (). Disarmament, arms control and nuclear proliferation. In R. Basu (Ed.), International politics: Concepts, theories and issues (pp. ). New Delhi. Steven Pifer examines NATO’s nuclear background, lays out a number of questions the Alliance must consider as it thinks about its future nuclear posture, and outlines the range of arms control.
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Author, Tom Sauer, a research fellow at Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs in John F. Kennedy School of Government Harvard University, discussed the concepts and conditions of nuclear deterrence; an appropriate response to the further spread of nuclear weapons; and the pros and cons of the nuclear weapons free world.
Sauer's book is valuable addition to the literature on nuclear arms control Cited by: 8. The book is primarily a book about the safety of nuclear weapons, the command and control system for US nuclear weapons and a detailed narrative of the disaster which destroyed a Titan II missile at site near Damascus, Arkansas in Cited by: The Minimum Means of Reprisal: China’s Search for Security in the Nuclear Age.
by Jeffrey Lewis. February, Purchase. In The Minimum Means of Reprisal, Jeffrey Lewis examines China’s nuclear and space capabilities and deployment strategies, as well as the Chinese government’s stance in arms control negotiations. This book rises above its companions because, in addition to focusing on the turmoil within the Reagan administration, Talbott provides a biography of Nitze, a.
Nuclear Arms Control: Background and Issues This nontechnical overview of developments in nuclear arms control describes how the United States and the Soviet Union arrived at their present.
His book, The Case for U.S. Nuclear arms control book Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century, covers the nuts and bolts of the nuclear issue. It provides an important contribution to understanding how government policy and programs actually have been constructed.
The Oscar-shortlisted documentary Command and Control, directed by Robert Kenner, finds its origins in Eric Schlosser’s book and continues to explore the little-known history of the management and safety concerns of America’s nuclear aresenal.
A myth-shattering exposé of America’s nuclear weapons. Beyond arms control: challenges and choices for nuclear disarmament is a collaborative work of non-governmental researchers and activists who critically examine the mainstream discourse of nuclear weapons.
The book explores some of the most important challenges. Stable Nuclear Zero: The Vision and Its Implications for Disarmament Policy by Lodgaard, Sverre, ed.
Renewing America's Nuclear Arsenal: Options for the 21st Century by Doyle, James E. Nonproliferation Policy and Nuclear Posture: Causes and Consequences for the.
BOOKS IN BRIEF: Humanization of Arms Control, by Daniel Rietiker; Iran's Nuclear Program: A Study in Proliferation and Rollback, by Farhad Rezaei Reviewed by.
The book explores the preparatory work on arms control treaties and in particular the role of civil society. It analyzes the positive experiences of the movements against chemical weapons, anti-personnel mines, and cluster munitions, as well as the recent conclusion of the Arms Trade Treaty.
Filed under: Nuclear arms control -- Congresses Reykjavik Revisited: Steps Toward a World Free of Nuclear Weapons (complete report; c), ed. by George Pratt Shultz, Steven P. Andreasen, Sidney D. Drell, and James E. Goodby (PDF files with commentary at Hoover Institution). The book provides a basic, comprehensive history of the proliferation of nuclear arms--and attempts at its control--since World War II; an insightful analysis of the dilemma the arms race poses to world security; a grim forecast for the future; and some expert recommendations for strengthening the forces of non-proliferation and making use of what may be the last chance for survival of the human race.
Nuclear and Arms Control: Publications India's nuclear cooperation agreements with Japan and Australia have been the most contentious domestically within those countries. The 'slow embrace' of India's civil nuclear credentials by Japan — given the four years for negotiations to begin (after the December Joint Statement which talked.
Eric Schlosser, Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident, and the Illusion of Safety, Penguin Press,ISBN The book became the basis for a 2-hour PBS American Experience episode, likewise titled "Command and Control".
Nuclear weapons continue to be equally hazardous to their owners as to their potential targets. Editorial Reviews "Dr. Rietiker observes the lack of progress these past few decades in nuclear arms control, and traces it to the security-based model we have used to evaluate nuclear also observes the progress made in other weapons control fields, by using a humanitarian-based model.
Particularly important are the total bans on the use of anti-personnel Author: Daniel Rietiker. In the preparation of this book we have all learned a great deal about the background and issues underlying the current debate on nuclear arms control.
We hope that others will also find this book useful in their own efforts to understand the debate and to develop positions on the role of arms control in reducing the threat of nuclear war. The nuclear arsenals of the United States and the Soviet Union are larger, better equipped, and deadlier than at any other time in history.
This incisive book contends that the superpowers, while exhibiting enormous ingenuity in the area of arms development, have shown only a minimal interest toward the containment of arms. The commission concentrated debate on the Baruch Plan for an international agency to control atomic power and weapons and passed it, but the plan was vetoed by the USSR in the Security Council.
As the cold war progressed, the commission reached an impasse (). With the proliferation of nuclear weapons, concern over the situation became more.
"This interesting volume brings together a stellar cast of international experts on nuclear policy and arms control. Their contributions echo the history of the nuclear age over more than five decades and display the evolution of thinking about the dangers and the imperatives associated with nuclear weapons.
This nontechnical overview of developments in nuclear arms control describes how the United States and the Soviet Union arrived at their present positions--and where they might go from here.
According to Foreign Affairs, "This book is proof that the complexities of arms control can be successfully explained in a nontechnical, and even more.This book, faced with the continuing threats posed by nuclear weapons and all weapons of mass destruction, takes stock and evaluates how existing technologies and methodologies can work together, and identifies new opportunities for advancements in the field.The proliferation of nuclear weapons has been defined as the gravest potential threat to international peace and security.
The concept of nuclear deterrence has to be revisited in this regard. The longer the Nuclear Weapon States hold on to their nuclear weapons, the bigger the chance that nuclearBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.