A European non-proliferation policy: prospects and problems

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Clarendon Press, 1987 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
Why have Europeans been slow to join the struggle against the spread of atomic weapons? Can their commitment to this cause grow stronger? The first comprehensive study of the initiatives for creating an effective European policy, this book examines the history, current structures and processes, constraints, and opportunities of a Western European non-profileration policy. The volume opens with a summary of the problems of formulating a specifically European response to the threat of nuclear proliferation, then presents studies of eight nations which are capable of developing substantial nuclear arsenals, and concludes with a blueprint for an effective European policy on curtailing arms proliferation.

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The Opportunities and Limits of European Cooperation
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