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The 1995 conference on the review and extension of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty may well mark an important turning point. The treaty itself, but also the wider international regime built around it, are at stake. This text deals with various aspects of the problems of nuclear proliferation and the international struggle against it. Authors from Europe, the United States and Australia have contributed to this book, which was produced under the auspices of the Netherlands Institute of International Relations. The book presents regional case studies on North Korea, South Asia, the Middle East and the former Soviet Union, followed by chapters on nuclear safeguards and export controls systems and contributions on a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and security guarantees. The two concluding chapters evaluate and propose policies to strengthen the non-proliferation regime beyond 1995. It should be of interest to policy-makers, students of international relations and journalists.
|Introduction: The Future of the International Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime||p. 1|
|Nuclear End-Game on the Korean Peninsula||p. 15|
|After the Cold War: Prospects for Nuclear Arms Control in South Asia||p. 57|
|Nuclear Proliferation in the Middle East||p. 125|
|The Nuclear Proliferation Challenge from the Soviet Successor States: Myths and Realities||p. 155|
|IAEA Safeguards and Non-Proliferation||p. 167|
|Proliferation, Threat, and Learning: The International and Domestic Structures of Export||p. 205|
|CTBT and NPT: An Essential Linkage?||p. 231|
|Security Guarantees and the Role of the UN Security Council||p. 243|
|The NPT and the Post-1995 Non-Proliferation Agenda||p. 273|
|NPT Extension, International Security, and the End of the Cold War||p. 291|
|A Summary of Main Conclusions||p. 311|
|About the Authors||p. 325|
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Series: Nijhoff Law Specials
Number Of Pages: 336
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 16.51 x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.45