Alternative Approaches in Multilateral Decision Making: Disarmament As Humanitarian Action
This publication contains four papers: 'Rethinking multilateral negotiations: disamament as humanitarian action'; 'Modelling armed violence: a tool for humanitarina dialogue in disarmament and arms control'; 'Deconstructing disarmament: the challenge of making the disarmament and arms control machinery responsive to the humanitarian imperative'; 'A comparisonbetween arms control and other multilateral negotiation processes'.
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