Twenty-first Century Weapons Proliferation: Are We Ready?
Henry D. Sokolski, James M. Ludes
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - History - 190 pages
Leading US security practitioners fromt he Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush and Clinton administrations, plus other experts on proliferation, clarify the weapons proliferation threats that the US and its allies will face, and suggest what new policies their governments should consider.
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