The Challenges of Nuclear Non-Proliferation

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Opis: The Challenges of Nuclear Non-Proliferation - Philip Coyle, Richard Dean Burns

This exhaustive survey of the many aspects of nuclear non-proliferation efforts explains why some nations pursued nuclear programs while others abandoned them. It addresses key issues such as concerns over rogue states and stateless rogues, delivery systems made possible by technology, and the connection between nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. It also examines whether non-proliferation regimes can deal with these threats or whether economic or military sanctions need to be developed and the feasibility of eliminating or greatly reducing the number of nuclear weapons. The world is not a mess, it's just messy. Burns and Coyle superbly describe how smart strategies contained and rolled back the nuclear mess poor policy choices created over the decades. Read it. You'll feel more hopeful and a whole lot smarter. -- Joe Cirincione, president of Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation Richard Dean Burns and Philip E. Coyle, two of the world's foremost authorities on nuclear weapons, have produced in this book a hugely impressive commentary on the basic elements that have influenced non-proliferation, beginning with the history of nuclear weapons and the race by the five original nuclear weapons states, followed by the course and consequences of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, concluding with an assessment of where nuclear non-proliferation stands today. The result is an eminently readable, carefully crafted, and ultimately satisfying account of one of the most important issues in the world today. All politicians and their advisers should give this work a careful read as they consider how their policies will enhance or inhibit the development of a more stable world. -- Joseph M. Siracusa, professor of Human Security and International Diplomacy, The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Author of Nuclear Weapons: a Very Short Introduction, 2nd edition The authors, Richard Burns and Dr. Philip Coyle, take the reader on a grand tour of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Regime, built over the years on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. It is a tour worth taking. A very impressive work. -- Thomas Graham, former Special Representative of the President for Arms Control, Non-proliferation and DisarmamentIntroduction Glossary of Acronyms Chapter 1: The Nuclear Weapon States Chapter 2: Seeking to Prevent Nuclear Proliferation: Baruch Plan, Atoms for Peace, IAEA Chapter 3: The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: Origins and Evolution Chapter 4: Nuclear Test Bans to the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Chapter 5: Seeking Control of Nuclear Weapons Materials Chapter 6: Geographical Denuclearization: Nuclear Weapon-Free Zones Chapter 7: "Proliferation in Reverse": Cooperative/Restraining Measures Chapter 8: Foregoing Nuclear Weapons: Then and Now Chapter 9: Assessing the Nonproliferation Regime Selected References


Szczegóły: The Challenges of Nuclear Non-Proliferation - Philip Coyle, Richard Dean Burns

Tytuł: The Challenges of Nuclear Non-Proliferation
Autor: Philip Coyle, Richard Dean Burns
Producent: Rowman
ISBN: 9781442223752
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 254
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.39 kg


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The Challenges of Nuclear Non-Proliferation

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  • Producent: Rowman
  • Oprawa: Miękka

This exhaustive survey of the many aspects of nuclear non-proliferation efforts explains why some nations pursued nuclear programs while others abandoned them. It addresses key issues such as concerns over rogue states and stateless rogues, delivery systems made possible by technology, and the connection between nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. It also examines whether non-proliferation regimes can deal with these threats or whether economic or military sanctions need to be developed and the feasibility of eliminating or greatly reducing the number of nuclear weapons. The world is not a mess, it's just messy. Burns and Coyle superbly describe how smart strategies contained and rolled back the nuclear mess poor policy choices created over the decades. Read it. You'll feel more hopeful and a whole lot smarter. -- Joe Cirincione, president of Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation Richard Dean Burns and Philip E. Coyle, two of the world's foremost authorities on nuclear weapons, have produced in this book a hugely impressive commentary on the basic elements that have influenced non-proliferation, beginning with the history of nuclear weapons and the race by the five original nuclear weapons states, followed by the course and consequences of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, concluding with an assessment of where nuclear non-proliferation stands today. The result is an eminently readable, carefully crafted, and ultimately satisfying account of one of the most important issues in the world today. All politicians and their advisers should give this work a careful read as they consider how their policies will enhance or inhibit the development of a more stable world. -- Joseph M. Siracusa, professor of Human Security and International Diplomacy, The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Author of Nuclear Weapons: a Very Short Introduction, 2nd edition The authors, Richard Burns and Dr. Philip Coyle, take the reader on a grand tour of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Regime, built over the years on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. It is a tour worth taking. A very impressive work. -- Thomas Graham, former Special Representative of the President for Arms Control, Non-proliferation and DisarmamentIntroduction Glossary of Acronyms Chapter 1: The Nuclear Weapon States Chapter 2: Seeking to Prevent Nuclear Proliferation: Baruch Plan, Atoms for Peace, IAEA Chapter 3: The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: Origins and Evolution Chapter 4: Nuclear Test Bans to the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Chapter 5: Seeking Control of Nuclear Weapons Materials Chapter 6: Geographical Denuclearization: Nuclear Weapon-Free Zones Chapter 7: "Proliferation in Reverse": Cooperative/Restraining Measures Chapter 8: Foregoing Nuclear Weapons: Then and Now Chapter 9: Assessing the Nonproliferation Regime Selected References

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Szczegóły: The Challenges of Nuclear Non-Proliferation - Philip Coyle, Richard Dean Burns

Tytuł: The Challenges of Nuclear Non-Proliferation
Autor: Philip Coyle, Richard Dean Burns
Producent: Rowman
ISBN: 9781442223752
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 254
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.39 kg


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